Got out of my bio lab early by about 1 hour today, so got to run in the daylight! A nice change! https://www.instagram.com/p/Bb3OR65nHEu/?taken-by=...
Ran out to Mt. Baldy (or is it Boucherie? I never can remember), walked up, down through a chunk of the trail network I'd never been on (I've covered almost everything on that hill now), then over on the roads to Glenmore, through some linear parks next to a creek (this was nicer than I thought it was going to be), then back onto the roads and back up through the agricultural land and down the other side, before climbing up and home to the top of Academy Hill.
Legs felt good for the first 12km or so (coicidentally this is how long most of my runs are), but the last 3km or so hurt a fair bit. Need to get this slightly longer run in at least once a week.
While living on the top of a hill provides a great view, it has the unfortunate side effect of making the last bit of your run easier impossible to accomplish.
Finally getting in a consistent training week. This needs to happen more often.