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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.


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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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  • v TRICIAE2
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    1247 days ago
  • v FLAMENM
    I remember when PG meant you HAD to have a parent with you. Definitely old school.
    1248 days ago
  • v HARROWJET
    Keep up the good work. emoticon
    1249 days ago
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