Posted by: runawaynotes | July 27, 2012

Work, work, work

I know I haven’t posted anything recently, but I’ve been out of town for almost a week (for work) and completely swamped. However, even work couldn’t keep me from running. You see, I’m in North California right now, which means that the conditions are absolutely perfect for running. Every morning I wake up to a cool crisp 55 degrees. My hotel is right next to a quiet residential street lined with rose bushes, lavender, juniper and pine trees. Plus, the change in time zones makes waking up at 6 am feel like 8 am, which is pretty sweet. And yes, I know that I will pay for it next week when I’m back and Texas and waking up at 5 am will feel like 3 am, but I refuse to think about it right now.

Tomorrow is supposed to be my long run (8 miles). So, I’ve been searching online, trying to find some nice trails next to my hotel – something nice, safe, paved, and not too hilly. I think I’ll try Castle Run. It’s only 5.5 miles, so I would have to go out and back a couple of times. The other alternative is to run around Stanford campus. So excited!



  1. Apparently it was a good week to be gone. Northern California sounds lovely for running.

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