Friday, October 7, 2011

Goal #5: Run Plywood Hill Without Stopping

Woop! I can check another goal off my list. Yesterday I ran plywood hill without stopping. It was a slow run . . . just above a walk, really. But it was still really challenging for me; it's 1.85km (1.15 miles) of pure, unadulterated hill (436 foot elevation gain). At the beginning of the summer, I couldn't run a flat km without stopping. Now I can focus on picking up the pace, I guess.

I didn't take any pictures, because, well, that would require stopping! I do have some pics from other recent runs though! My camera phone is pretty un-awesome, I guess. So they're more nostalgic than aesthetic.

Above: Red Bluff in Quesnel (my running buddy underneath some fallen trees)

Above: Red Bluff in Quesnel (me)

Above: A leg of the (endless) network of trails within walking distance from my house. Red, yellow, and a whole lotta fog!
Above: taken from a water-tower in West Quesnel

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