So I committed a minor felony the other day-the irrigation ditch next to my running route was a bit low (maybe 6" deep) and had a clear, sandy bottom. So I had to run in it-and it was awesome. It was about 5 foot deep, and the thick grass rose high enough on either side I couldn't see out, and it wandered back and forth. Anyone else do that?
I also don't mind getting my shoes wet and heavy unless I'm really tired-that really bothers some of my buddies. It actually helped my 100 yard dash time once-because I had to fling my super heavy feet way out there, and it compensated for my once shorter steps.
The ditch was dug five feet deep-not the water. The water was six inches. I can't run in 5 foot of water-yet...
um... Johnny 5 looks kinda cool I guess. So Johnny 5'll be the sig I guess.
thats not that bad, i used to run on a set of active train tracks on a regular basis. There were no tresspassing signs all over the place, but dammit, it was a lot more scenic than the road route. Only had 1 or 2 train encounters, but their maximum cruising speed was only a little faster than mine.
whatever it takes to break up the monotany
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I don't really know-but everything is a minor felony these days. Putting flyers for boyscouts in mailboxes is a felony (tampering with public property-notice fedex can't put stuff in the box) even.
Chuck Norris doesn't outrun trains-The trains outrun him.
-Fearing a roundhouse kick to the engine block
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