I thought twice about running at all today. Yesterday was great, and I felt like I got away with something, because my hamstring never twinged. Three days in a row seemed like asking for trouble. Spencer is in town and he invited me to Manhattan to explore Central Park. I declined, quite frankly, out of fear. Nothing would be more depressing than coming up lame in the middle of a snowy Central Park. I decided to stay close to home, and, again, keep it very slow. Now I feel bad. I should have pushed Spencer to come join me. I kept it slow, running 11:30 ish miles. The surface varied from wet pavement, to packed snow, to unpacked snow, to climbing over snowbanks. So, the pace was not as slow as it might seem, but it was pretty slow. I decided to run down to Brooklyn Bridge Park and see if it was runable. It was. Indeed, it was spectacular. There were dads dragging kids on sleds.
Dogs off their leash.
Dads demonstrating how to sled, sorta . . .
There was even ambiguous art:
Whatever . . . It was cool.
Anyaway, I probably would have taken even more pictures, but my camera froze. The end result was a successful, slow, 5 mile run with no pain!!! Hooray!!