Recovery run/City Scavenger Hunt badge
I thought the City Scavenger Hunt might be a bit harder than the trail one because there weren't very many high pointers, and none of the high-ish ones were guaranteed, even with planning. That turned out to be no problem at all, and I blew way past the maximum of 65 points before I'd even hit 25 minutes—the run has a 30 minute minimum. It helps that I know exactly where to go to find many of the items in my immediate neighborhood:
water fountain, basketball hoop, baseball diamond, mailbox, bridge, boat, slide down a slide, swing on a swing, cross the monkey bars*, park bench, public library, flag, gas station, church, road work sign, boat, ladder, sand, white picket fence, picnic table, train station, bike rack, map, dog chasing ball, and fire hall.
The others that I managed to get by chance:
house with a red front door, home with decorative lights still up, motorcycle, bus, motorhome, roller blades, water hose, trash for the bin.
I was prepared to "hold a rainbow in my hand" if I saw an accessible rainbow flag, but believe it or not I did not see any. In Cambridge! There were some small rainbow flags at one house but touching them would have required getting very much onto their property, so I declined. I was also very surprised not to see a neighborhood cat, especially since I heard one yowling just before I started my run.
My legs feel a bit sore and used from the weekend activities but nothing painful. Sore means I'm building muscle, right?
*I crossed the monkey bars by climbing on top of them and crawling across the top, after failing miserably in my attempt to swing cross them.