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Tuesday Jun 18 #

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Today, after a few days that were quite warm in the sun(which I felt while mapping), it was only in the upper 40s even late into the morning, so quite a temperature downshift.

I ran the Granite Time Trial course, and without the wind and warm temperatures from last time around, I ran a new best time for the year. Despite it being a best time, it felt comparatively "easy"--which probably had a lot to do with how cool it was out.

The best part, however, was while warming up, I could only feel my knee slightly, and while I was running hard and afterwards, I didn't feel it at all and at no point did I even have a thought cross my mind about it.

Well, now that I think back, that was the second best part. Actually the best part was that cows have showed up, and so I had several groups of cows to run through while they cheered me on, as only cows can do!

Monday Jun 17 #

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After getting the steeper piece done yesterday, I thought that maybe with one more good day I could get this Area 307 map completely finished off. And I did.

Very happy about that, partly because it's a longer drive out there, with the last bit on jeep trails that keep getting worse. But mostly because the first mosquitoes are showing up, and I really wanted to get done before they were out in force.

Plus, it's always nice to get at least one project finished off.

Ran up at Happy Jack afterwards to celebrate, and ran into a biker who had just seen three moose. I was going back the way he had come from, and in contrast I didn't see any moose at all--even though I was looking.

Saturday Jun 15 #

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Mapping out at Area 307, reached the far NE corner of the National Forest, and took out about half of what was on my map board. But by far the easier half, and some steeper, rocky slope areas will be on tap for tomorrow.

Friday Jun 14 #

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Ran out to look at the snow field again, and no surprise--it was gone. The view from up top revealed that lots of campers below had showed up for the weekend.

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