The weather forecasters were right on this one, only it took a little longer to start this morning than they said last night. It is still snowing really hard and we had 7 inches when I finished running over an hour ago, so it is piling up pretty quickly out there.
I was a little disappointed with the town plow crew today, they still haven’t come by to plow our road before I went for my run, which they usually do for me (yeah right – I usually wait for them to go by), which really made the run a lot slower, than usual, but I am happy that I got out there and ran :-). Everything felt fine (the hamstring doesn’t like running in snow, but didn’t complain too much). The worst part was my glasses really fogged up a lot.
The footing and amount of snow made it so that I just slogged through this run, it was a tough one felt like running in deep sand that was slippery.
It wasn’t all that bad, just slow going, part of living up “heah” in Maine.
By the way the plow still hasn’t come through so it would be a lot worse now – this is unusual for them this year, they normally have been by a couple of times.