It’s currently 20 degrees and clear up top. Yesterday’s high was 38 degrees, with an overnight low of 26 degrees. We received .5” inches of precipitation.
After calling in the weather the temperature dropped and we received a dusting of snow.
I woke up feeling a few miles older than usual. Yesterday’s twenty-five mile ramble through the Great Smoky Mountains reminded me that Monday should be an easier one. I climbed slowly out of bed and descended from the toasty loft. Tight calves flexed with each step. I smirked and made a comment to myself - “It was worth it.” The discomfort would be temporary; the memory of running to the highest point on the Appalachian Trail would be with me, forever. I finished getting dressed and left the cabin…
… a flurry of snow began to coat the landscape.
So it goes, Seth
“We must all suffer one of two things: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret or disappointment.” - John Rohn