I've tried to capture some of the character of the trails afforded by the routes at Lime Creek through the use of photos during those runs. So far, this year, I've been on the bluff trails, in the upland woods, or around the quarry. But in addition to the rocks and woods there are also the prairies and a different terrain available.
I was having a great day of "real" running so I tacked on all of the prairie loops for a longer mileage day. This boded well for the shoes I chose today, a new pair of Salomon Comp 3's that have been on our basement shelf a couple of years just begging to break out. I also gained first hand evidence of much of an advantage I had been obtaining from the "screw" shoes I'd been using for the trails this week. Much of the woods trails were ice and, without the screw shoes, I was slipping at times today. It was actually easier to keep up the running pace rather than try walking on that stuff...as long as I didn't need to stop or change direction the running was fine.
15 miles today for 55 for the week