A camping trip swallowed my camera and no matter how hard I tried I couldn't get it back. Bummer.
Sadie and I spent months training for road ultras and since my return from Africa we've been spending a great deal of time pounding the dirt on some of Idaho's best trails. Need trails. Need trails bad.
If you look close enough at this photo taken by my camera phone (the weekend after I lost my good camera) you can see momma moose near the patch of sunlight on the edge of the ridge. Baby moose is just around the tree. Sadie was chasing a squirrel and had no idea about the moose.
We love the trails. Sadie loves trails the same way fish love water. And even though I'm not a marine biologist, I know that's a lot of love. I love trails about as much as Sadie loves macaroni and cheese. That's probably even more than I love chocolate chip cookies. I know, I'm blowing your mind right now.
The sun hasn't been setting until nearly 10pm, so nearly everyday I've had the opportunity to catch some trails after work -- if we haven't been going down to the Snake River. It's been great.
Keep making good use of those long summer nights.ReplyDelete
Of course you love summer, in the winter you live inside an ice cube!ReplyDelete
sounds like a reasonable excuse, but surely you have a FEW minutes after the sun goes down ;-)ReplyDelete
Sounds like a great life.ReplyDelete
Bummer about the camera, though.
Ahhh... wonderful pics! Keep running, Scott!ReplyDelete
You're making me want to go out for a run!ReplyDelete
your on facebook and i can't be your friend?!?!?! :(ReplyDelete
I saw my first wolf and two moose while running near the Snowbird ski resort (Utah). One of the moose was cruising through the parking lot. Very cool...ReplyDelete
ouch really nice pics of the trails. I recently read a book you might find interesting called Fun on Foot in New York by Warwick Ford and Nola Ford.ReplyDelete
The go into great detail about parks and trails even where washrooms are during their runs.
It seems to be the thing to do in my city so after reading this book I felt more motivated to go run around and find good places to run or walk or jog.