1. It's a beautiful and snowy world right not and after an extended amount of time in subzero temperatures the 20s yesterday for my run felt wonderful even if it was cloudy.
I admit it was cracking me up a little bit to see Cola watching from the back while Roader sat up here.
I couldn't seem to get a picture with both dogs looking forward though
It was one or the other
3. Then right towards the end of the run I wasn't being as vigilant with Roader as I should have been as all of a sudden I heard him baying across the creek in the snowy hills. I didn't have a lot of desire to track through the deep snow in my running shoes so I ran back and forth yelling for him for what felt like forever. I would hear baying in one direction and then another and then nothing.
I finally saw and heard him come out on the road about a quarter of a mile ahead of me on the road and he was headed back to the car! I took of running and yelling at him, but in his focused baying state he did not hear me.
I was a mile from the car and he was about three quarters of a mile, I thought maybe I could get closer and get him to hear me. Unfortunately it was also uphill to the barn including one very not fun to run hill. I never did get his attention, and when I came over the last hill to the car/barn, there was Roader sitting sweetly by the car. WHEW!
All the fussing around did add an extra 1.3 miles to my long run.
And yesterdays sunrise for a bonus