DISTANCE: 10.07 km DURATION: 1:00:09
Normally, I hold the assumption that no one reads these blogs, but of all the blogs I've done that may be read, I feel that this one has the highest chance of being read. So I am determined to make this my Mona Lisa, my Opus Mangum, my Custard's Last Stand so to speak. Okay, now let me begin. It all started at 16:50 hours, as Tom Cruise would say in at least half of his movies, the better half that is. I'm just saying Tom Cruise seems to play a military role quite often in his movies. Not that he shouldn't, I'm just being referential for the sake of being referential. Well, at seventeen hundr.... let's just say ten to five; okay, so we, Jake and I, started the run. We ran for one hour. We ran a distance of ten kilometres. Then we ended the run..... By God, I think I've done it. It's so beautiful. This blog is nothing, but perfection. My goodness. Thanks for the run, Jake. Bye everyone, thanks for tuning in. Cheers! 1 poo (looks like someone had corn), many pees (I'm not very good at counting) .
DISTANCE: 6.14 km DURATION: 53:54
It was absolutely gorgeous this morning at the dog park. The sun was just rising; awakening from its slumber if you will. It was wrapped in a cozy blanket of clouds that only allowed for a few rays of the bright morning light to illuminate the park. There's something about that dim morning light that is sort of calming. Jake probably has no clue what I'm talking about because he was running around, meeting tons of new friends and marking everything he could within the hour. I always enjoy my time with Jake; he's a great listener, he's got an awesome personality and he's mastered the "Blue Steel" look. The only thing that would make today's run a little better is if people picked up their dog's poo at that park. Seriously, come on pal, get in the loop and just scoop the poop. 1 poo, many pees.
DISTANCE: 7.39 km DURATION: 58:58
Quite a splendid trek with my mate Jake today. I say "trek" because the hill at River Park is fantastic to speed down, but on the way up well... Jake didn't mind it. Anyways, if you have eyes you'll notice that it's a straight up beauty outside. The sun is beaming, the leaves are falling, and the stream is... streaming. I know it's a river but for the integrity of my blog, I'm calling it a stream. Jake really enjoyed his time off- leash. He met lots of new friends and always stayed within eyesight of me. Occasionally, when he would go about 50m away from me I'd crouch down with my arms out, call his name and he would bolt over to me to receive lots of deserved TLC. It was a pleasure my friend. 2 poos and lot of pees (too many to count).