Saturday, June 03, 2006

Things are flying in the air.


The cottonwood trees are shedding their furry little seeds this time of the month. Out on today's run in the park I found myself dodging those little white hair balls but they still managed to get in my hair, nose, and most troubling in my eye.
Yet it was kind of cool to run through a white out with fuzzy things blowing all around and on the ground.

I was able to enjoy the run with my wife riding on her bike chasing me. And she was able to keep up with my 6:40 pace for an 8 mile run. I appreciate the time when she can be with me on my runs. She likes it too. But I'm doing the flying while she cruises along.

9 comments:

TriSaraTops said...

We were at the Mentor Headlands again today and it looked like it was snowing! :) Sounds like you and your wife had fun!

Deb said...

Waht a cool run... snow without the cold! As far as your wife cruisin...I'm sure she's way ahead of the game ;) that's a crazy pace...
ahhhhh....I think maybe someday, huh?

JeffM said...

So you have to wear goggles running? That is a really good pace especially over distance!

neese said...

what a fast run! the white fuzzies must have been little blurs!

lol re: goggles, jeff...well maybe sunglasses would help? but then you would need little wipers.

trifrog said...

When my wife and I moved to the North Coast during the winter of 95-96, we thought for sure that we had made a huge mistake - too much snow! So when the weather finally broke and the warmer summer months had arrived, we wanted to check out a local beach. Went to Mentor Headlands to find the parking lot and part of the and inches deap in the white fuzzies - Ugh! We got a good laugh over claiming that 'It's NEVER going to end!'

Since then, I've learned to appreciate the wide range of seasons experienced here in northeast Ohio, even the snow and cottonwoods.

DaisyDuc said...

And we thought we were done with flying white stuff!!

That sounds like a nice workout for both of you!!

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