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Another outdoor workout.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Okay. So I'm on a roll. I really don't workout well outdoors. I'm not sure if I have asthma but definitely have breathing issues in the great outdoors. Today, being plus 1 degrees, I remembered my hat. The thing is that I forgot both my water and puffer. Actually, I forgot my puffer yesterday but made a mental note to take it today. So much for mental notes. Anyway. I made it. There were a few others on the track today. Once being a very nice old man who talked to me not only as he lapped my once, but twice. I'm sure that made his day. Next time, I will bring my puffer and do my best to make sure he only laps me once. Baby steps. But seriously. I walked a mile and a half. 3 laps and I am happy with that. Here are some pics of the walk.

This is a view across the track. You can see the snow is barely hanging on.

Here is one facing the mountains.

And another view facing the road.

You know you're 70's old school when you remember when there was only G, PG, and R rated movies. You kidding? I thought that was the case in the 80's too. First year we had a VCR I watched Psycho with my brother. Scared the crap out of me at the time since I was only 7 or 8. Soon after I saw Micheal Jackson's Thriller video and was scary enough for me. Everyone else got into the Nightmare on Elm Street and Hallowe'en movies. Not me. I knew I couldn't take it and not because some suit rated my movie either. Not many parents I knew worried a lot about the ratings back then.
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    1303 days ago
    I remember when PG meant you HAD to have a parent with you. Definitely old school.
    1304 days ago
    Keep up the good work. emoticon
    1304 days ago
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