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Winter Running in Snow and Mud and Dark

Posted Nov 29 2011 5:47pm
First snow on Moscow Mt.
Lower sections nice and clear still.

Higher sections much snowier.

Sadie loves snow more than any dog or human
I've ever seen in my life!
Enjoying first tracks on a Saturday morning mountain run.

Bighorns on my first trip down to the Asotin Creak canyon trail.

First impression. Not bad. I expect to put some
good miles on this trail next year.
(You can see snow at the top of the canyon.)
Ripping down the canyon.
(photo courtesy of my buddy  Aaron Whiteman .)
Beautiful weather at the trailhead. It's deceptively winter though;
only a few miles in and a thousand feet gain there is snow covering the trail.
This is how dark it is when I get off work now.

My new favorite trainers for the off-trail days: Brooks Pure Flow .
Two huge thumbs up.

What's winter without a seasonal porter?
Palouse Falls Polar Porter is tasty.


Q: What's the first thing you do after hours of
driving to get to your dad's place in Utah?
A: Give him a hug and say hi.
Q: What's the second thing you do?
A: Take Sadie for a run below the Wasatch Mts.
Early-morning visit to the mountains.
Wasatch mountain running.
Wasatch mountain running.
Looks like I'm not the biggest cat on the mountain.


Pure Mud.


And I was trying to avoid the mud puddles.


With dad in the mountains. Hard to beat this.

Dad pointing to his favorite trails.

Keep running!

-Scott
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