Hopefully the photos I take give you a glimpse into the beauty I see in and from running. The photos below are from my last two long runs. Last week, I ran the first 30 miles of the WSU 100k course. Yesterday, Sadie and I ran 40 miles along a new path that leads to Troy, ID.
And I saw something yesterday that I've never seen before: Sadie tired. It was something to behold. She didn't even want to have anything to do with the meat-flavored bone treat I give her after our long runs. But, of course, this morning she's up and ready for more, though. :)
Dooood! Give my concrete jungles, skyscrapers, and obnoxious fumes any day!! Why am I muttering, "Soylent Green"? :-)ReplyDelete
So Sadie is human after all...ReplyDelete
Great photos! And, great training runs. It looks like you are about ready for your 100K. Good job.
Those are beautiful pictures Scott, thanks for sharing them!ReplyDelete
I love your photos. Give Sadie a pat from me!ReplyDelete
i miss the Snake River!ReplyDelete
Wow those are amazing pictures! I can't believe Sadie got tired either!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! It looks like spring is on the way for you.ReplyDelete
Where's the traffic? Looks like you do practically have the whole road to yourself with no car passing. Wow - I would die for that! To be able to run on the road with no cars. You can zigzag down the road and no one is watching. How cool is that?ReplyDelete
I love the Palouse, even when winter goes on and on and on. Great blog, I look forward to following. Oh and good luck at the 100k that is amazing, I can't even imagine contemplating it!ReplyDelete
cool photo's, cool running, maybe Sadie needs some energy gel!!!ReplyDelete
Great photos! 40 mile training run? You're killin me.ReplyDelete