Weather: NOT a stunt run
The weather warmed up for this daytime run. I wore my sunglasses, but I’m not sure about my other dressing choices.
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Below 9 beats per meter. I think that’s some kind of record.
I warmed up by running down Franklin to Rotary Park. Waiting there for me were some friends who wanted to run the Dettah Ice Road.
This is a unique and challenging run, across Yellowknife Bay to the nearby community of Dettah, then back.
It was really a nice treat today. Interesting traffic, and I’m pleased to say it looks like there is a small road going from the Dettah end to the trail coming out of Kam and Meg Lake. (this strava segment shows the connecting trails)
It was a great day, with perfect weather. I didn’t dress perfect though, and getting colder and colder, so I surrendered and took a ride home. It turned out to be a better decision than I thought, since it came with chocolate chip muffins. (thanks, Amanda!)
Great catching up with that gang!
Here is a flyover video of the run, showing how far out on the water we get. A garmin glitch makes it look like I ran off the road, away from Amanda at the end, but I didn’t.
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