I had a good run. It was cool out, about fifty degrees. I wore a short sleeve shirt with my Moeben sleeves. This have really been quite useful. Instead of wearing a long sleeve shirt and getting too hot, it's very easy just to peel these off after 30 minutes or so.
I felt good. I had energy out on the run. I had energy on the whole run.
My pictures are kind of fuzzy. I don't know what is up with that. I specifically ran this 11 miler, so I could get a couple of good fall views with the red barns:
This old house has the greatest view. It sits atop the highest ridge in the area, about 1281 feet. Nobody is living in it right now.
I did have to stop and pet one dog. I ran by his house. He was sleeping in the yard, this old basset hound. I had passed him, but he came bounding out into the road, so happy to see someone, I had to go back and give him some love.
This is usually a great view from Gilmore Road. Actually, the view is great, my camera skills are not.
Our failed wine buying trip in Zanesville yesterday was not a total failure. I picked up the seasonal Punkin Ale:
A full-bodied brown ale with smooth hints of pumpkin and brown sugar. Perfect to warm-up with, as it cools down.
It is okay. I am not really tasting the pumpkin notes in it; but I have to say it is a very tasty post run beer.