Rate: 5'43" per km
Weather: Start 2.45pm, cold, calm, sunny, temp 7 degrees, humidity 70%
Decided to run from work instead of riding home and then going out. Also allowed a change of scenery as work changes have meant I have run from home for the last 6 months. After heading down the main road to Pine Is, I continued along the river tracks towards Tuggie Creek bridge crossing, then followed the track towards Kambah Pool. The track crosses open paddocks where no one else seems to go in winter as the grass is getting long with the cattle and kangaroos as slacking off keeping the grass down. In fact, the kangaroos just stand and watch you go by not moving as you approach. The cattle also stand and watch, but I did see one lying on the ground asleep, he must have been a " bulldozer". Whatever, they don't care much.
Ran out to the Red Rocks Gorge gate and returned back to work almost the same way but kept closer to the river on another track. This is an area I do lots of running as I can also incorporate Urambi Hills or go as far as Murrumbidgee Golf Club or Kambah Pool. The tracks are soft and forgiving and mostly you are the only one around. Also a good place for a swim or soak the legs after a run at Pine Island beach after 20 or so kms.
Too cold for that today, very average run but again, another one done. Rest day or two now, weather is changing as winter is here in it's glory.