JonRoig.com | Posted: 2006-05-07 20:04:43 | 5795 hits | View in Hi-Fi Mode
For the record, this particular run ended up a little shorter than what I thought -- closer to 17 miles.
Anyway, it's quite challenging and I'm looking forward to doing it again, although I dunno if that'll be possible while it's super hot out, given that it takes me a good long time to complete it and it gets hot by 8:00 am.
- @ 2006-06-10 00:47:43
Best of luck in San Diego! Have a great time.
- @ 2006-06-01 11:35:45
I do take the dog on my standard six mile runs -- and he actually does really well.... but for the longer ones, it's just me out there with my crazy shoes.
The dog could probably handle slightly longer runs, but he consumes a phenomenal amount of water, making it difficult to take him very far. There are water stops along the way down by our big-ass artificial lake, so that works out well... but when I tried to drag him up one of our local mountains last week, he drank everything I had along halfway up and I had to abort.
- jon @ 2006-05-10 23:39:42
This is very inspirational. Now, following your example, I actually have to get out there and start running... jogging. Something. By the way, I presume you spare your dog these long treks, eh? I know mine would keel over by mile #2. Hmm, maybe part of the key is in fact me buying crazy orange trail running shoes.
- @ 2006-05-10 11:04:12
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