Four of the faithful posted early Sunday to run the Buttermilk/North Bank trails. The temperature was in the upper 30s. That was a bit shocking to me at first. But, I quickly warmed up and enjoyed the perfect running temperature. As an extra bonus, the temperature was just cold enough to keep the pesky mountain bikers and dog-walkers away.
We ran the trails in the clockwise direction for the first time in a few months. Offshore enjoyed the lead most of the time and finished very strong.
We started off in the dark. Several of us had headlamps. To avoid twisted ankles (or worse), I strongly suggest that everyone bring headlamps to the Sunday trail run, at least until the time changes back to EST.
There is talk of getting a group together for the Bear Creek 10 miler on Dec. 6.
There is also talk of getting a group together for the Willis River 35k mid-January.
Humpday Happy Hour Splinters House Oct 21st
GORUCK Oct 24th
Great Pumpkin Run Oct 31st