There's one thing, though, I can state with confidence: until the feeling that I've done a good job in a race returns, I'm going to keep running marathons, and not let it get me down. Even when I grow old and feeble, when people warn me it's about time to throw in the towel, I won't care. As long as my body allows, I'll keep running. Even if my time gets worse, I'll keep on putting in as much effort - perhaps even more effort - towards my goal of finishing a marathon. I don't care what others say - that's just my nature, the way I am. Like scorpions sting, cicadas cling to trees, salmon swim upstream to where they were born, and wild ducks mate for life. Murakami
Morning y'all, It's a beautiful, blue grey morning up top. The high yesterday reached 30 degrees. The overnight low was 9 degrees. It was 9 degrees and clear at 7am observation. The mountain received no new preciptation up top and there is no snow. The trails are sure to be a bit icy after our cold spell. I would definitely recommend Microspikes if you intend to reach the top. Be careful on the way down! It is sure to be slick. Get out and enjoy the holiday weekend!