Of all four seasons,
running jogging in summer takes last place for me. This summer’s humidity made jogging ambling even more brutal. I did it anyhow.
That said, I always look forward to Purple and Yellow Time on the running path, despite Purple and Yellow Time occuring in the heat of late August.
Sadly, I didn’t capture a photo of Peak Purple and Yellow Time, because I ran without my phone during that week or so. Happily, I got to run without my phone during that week or so.
Happier still, I need to run with my phone beginning next week because the kids start school. School equals fall equals cooler temperatures equals easier
Today I took a photo of Past-Peak Purple and Yellow time to share with you.
Past Peak, and still pretty great.
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