it almost interfered with my flight back from florida, but the pilot was macho and wanted to fly it even though the other florida-to-gsp flights were canceled. it was actually the smoothest landing ever, and all the other passengers broke out in applause for the pilot... um. ok.
the flight attendant was going through the end-of-flight announcements and said "for those of you needing ground transportation, good luck with that".
|the one plow in south carolina keeping the runway clear for my plane|
|the road just becomes a sheet of ice|
|bbq at my house tomorrow|
|a slippery sheet of ice covers everything|
i trip and fall on a clear sunny day, i cannot run on this
well, i could have ran more on the treadmill but then i couldn't use my excuse of taking it easy and recovering.
tuesday (1/11) am run attempt: 1.1 miles, 14:24 (avg pace 13:05), 27*
very icy; even the snow had a layer of ice. cautiously walked a lot; slid some.
wednesday (1/12) pm treadmill: 4.25 miles, 41:15 (avg pace 9:42)
seemed sooo hard to bump the speed up to 9-min/miles so i just ran slow. one episode of cake boss in my vibrams, another episode in my mizunos.
friday (1/14) am run attempt: 4.4 miles, 42:34 (avg pace 9:40), 32*
some stretches of clear sidewalk/road but had to walk the icy parts in the shade.