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And the Beat Goes On

Friday, October 26, 2012

After 2 days of busy-ness I hit the old wogging trail again. Although the sky is overcast here (with Hurricane Sandy twirling toward us), the temperature is still extremely pleasant. I went through our neighborhood and the estate that I cycled through on Tuesday, stopping to capture a flaming ginkgo tree along my path.





I can't really tell that my jog time is increasing over my walk time, but I'm okay with that. That is more of a mental/physical goal than a physical need, ie, the walking is just as beneficial for arresting the progression of osteoporosis as jogging. I just WANT to be able to jog the distance! Is that vanity speaking? Could be....

Colder weather is supposed to be upon us next week. I'll be looking for inspiration from some of you in colder climes. Please tell us southerners how to dress for the weather! My heart wants to continue utilizing the great outdoors, but my head and joints warn me to keep that "Y" membership current!

Have a great weekend~
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  • v BILL60
    You're doing super!! Keep it up.
    1403 days ago
  • v EMPTYNESTER60
    Glad you had a chance to get out & wog a little today. Not looking forward to the change in weather but glad I'm not in NY or NJ right now. Hope you have a great weekend! I'm going to try to get out a bit tomorrow to get in some walking - wogging is a bit beyond me emoticon
    1404 days ago
  • v GOLFGMA
    But walking in cold weather is fun. You get to blow smoke without harming your lungs, plus you save on blush cause you have rosy cheeks without it. Best of all is seeing how nature changes and reacts. And the biggest reason of all, it smells so much nicer outside away from sweaty bodies and dirty sneakers. emoticon
    1405 days ago
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