Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Happy National Running Day!

If you haven't yet, I hope you're able to get out there today and go for a little run.

My runs lately have been in the 1 to 3 mile range, so today I thought I'd run a little further. I've been wanting to run out to the Chief Joseph Dam since we arrived in Bridgeport, so I figured this would be a great day to do it. I knew I'd want to take some pictures, so I put a waterproof I thought it might rain camera in my Camelback and headed out.


I ran from the city of Bridgeport across a long bridge and over to the Bridgeport State Park.


At the entrance to the dam, there was a very cool little maze with a unique legend about salmon and mourning doves.


I ran along some beautiful trails with some gorgeous viewpoints of Chief Joseph Dam.


I got a little camera-happy while running and while my run time was less than 60 min 59:31, to be exact, I was gone for over 1 1/2 hours.


In addition to these photos and more, I also shot some video and edited together. You can also view this on my Facebook page.

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8 comments:

  1. Chelsea LindemannJune 6, 2012 at 7:28 PM

    Looks amazing! Keep the travel photos coming! And congrats on such a long run, I'm jealous of how in shape you are. :) Miss you guys.

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    1. Aw. Thanks, Chelsea! Miss you, too. With all the stopping for pics and videos, this run felt pretty great. I could have probably gone a bit further, but I didn't want Jeff to worry.

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  2. What a beautiful run:) great job! Glad it didn't rain on you:)

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    1. There were a few raindrops here and there, but luckily, no downpours.

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  3. Very nice run! Great pictures too!

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    1. It was probably the most fun I've had on a run in a while. :)

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