I went running around 2.10 p.m. It was partly cloudy at 37 degrees F with a wind chill of 31 degrees F. I can’t wait for the days when I’m posting about the heat index!
I walked for 5 minutes;
ran for 22 minutes;
then walked home for a total of 30 minutes.
Run time: 22 minutes
Walk time: 8 minutes
So, I’ve seen a lot of something recently that I’ve noticed before, although usually not this much. I’ve seen people running in the road. Now, there are sidewalks nearby, and there is nothing wrong with the sidewalk – no snow blocking the sidewalk, no trip zones, nothing. Why do people do this? I can understand if the sidewalk isn’t level or needs repair, but I don’t understand why people would risk being hit by a car (especially given the speeding I usually see from local drivers). Any suggestions?
Picture of the day!