Gorgeous morning here. Well, it looks pretty. It's actually deceptively cold because of TOG wind.
A hair under 10 miles this morning, with TOG headwind the first half. PFFTHTHT. Last 3 miles = terrible, horrible, no good, very bad. <-reference?
Originally Posted by Ailarie
Same dogs/owners as before?
No. I don't know if the dogs live at the house or if they belong to visitors. Three weiner dog/beagle/terriors or some such mixed dogs CHARGED Oskar. They were hopping all around him and the girl just could NOT get control of them. They're lucky Oskar is only 5 months and more interested in playing, cause if he was an adult he likely would have tried to thrash one. Really obnoxious dogs, and not listening to their owner at all. She ended up shrieking for her husband/boyfriend to come help her. He did, and I heard her tell him that they pulled out of their collars. Um, then they aren't on tight enough! It's not rocket science! (She couldn't grab them because of no collar to grab. She still didn't have any leashes for them.)
They were very apologetic, but really? I just want people to control their dogs. It doesn't matter if their dog(s) is/are friendly, you don't know if mine is or not. (Ok, he is. But I don't want him traumatized this young and then hate all other dogs on sight.)
Originally Posted by orangeguy
Pardon my noob ignorance (looked in vain for a welcome thread or the like), but is this for runners in their 30s or for runners hitting 30+ miles?
Some of us run long, some run fast, some are slow. We support runners of all abilities.