Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Autumn Preview of Sorts

A cold front passed through yesterday, leaving dry, crisp air in its wake. Fall is not too far off and days where temperatures reach the 80s are numbered. Yessir, bring it on.

As we transition towards autumn it's easy to start thinking about what's ahead. We're losing daylight fast, currently at a rate of 2:49 a day and accelerating. Along with that come the pleasant, cooler temperatures and the lack of bugs. The colorful leaves will also add significantly to the scenery. Fall is definitely my favorite season. We're getting there...

Ran 5.6 miles @ 8:20/mile pace.
Paved and dirt roads.
Very hilly.
Lower 60s, sunny.
Shorts, short sleeved shirt.

6 comments:

Luc said...

Mine too! This morning was down right "cold" in Ohio. Bring it on indeed! :)

Sonriserunning said...

You like those off-trail hilly runs. Great work! That cool air is great.

Marc said...

Ahhh yes, absolutely beautiful this morning (and afternoon)!

Autumn in Maine: There is nothing better. Ok, well, maybe watching beach volleyball:)

Bob Gentile said...

Fall is not too far off
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been so dang hot down here can't wait to get to the Tetons...umm but night is going to get down to the 40's I figure I will be on my way to body numbness by that time so hopefully won't freeze to much :-)

Way to rock those Hills !!

See ya on the other side of da 100!!

Grellan said...

Come to Ireland the country of eternal autumn. We had our summer in 95.

mindy said...

Yay autumn! My favorite season as well. Pumpkin spice pancakes with maple butter...after a nice long trail run. Doesn't get any better than that!