“Can we go this way?”
That meant along the trail instead of the paved pathway. At this time of year you don’t know what you’re going to get on the trail.
We found a lot of mud and ice. And very slippery mud and ice. And mud that stuck to our shoes. On the hills it was a little treacherous. We weren’t out for timed run, just to get in our 4 km on something a little more difficult that would get our heart up a little higher.
We love this trail that leads out from our back yard but usually we have to wait until later in the spring. We probably should have waited a little longer and maybe we will wait another month or so considering what we encountered.
Since we were flying the next day I had to hose down my shoes before packing them. To make sure they were dry I put them over the furnace vent over night and they were quite dry. But they sure stunk the next day. So I found some deodorizer spray and some baking soda. But I had to put them in my carry on. I could smell my shoes all day on both flights. Some of it was my imagination but much of it was not. Hopefully the other passengers didn’t figure out where the smell was coming from.
The joys of traveling with not quite clean running gear. I think I will be searching out some Lysol before heading home in a week.
We are looking forward to finding some new trails on our travels.