Decided to let the droplets of rain stay on the windshield to see how they made the video look. Neat effect.
A train showed up right as I got started which was transporting three airplane hulls. Pretty neat!
But then it just stopped, and I couldn't get to the beach.
I figured it would be foolish to sit around and wait for it since there was no telling how long it might be, so I decided I'd head up through the gulch's interpretive trail and see what was going on with the water main project. I think it's wrapped up. There's no longer a Honey Bucket here.
There's still a backhoe or something but that could there for any number of reasons.
Over in the parking lot, the new concrete patches are no longer surrounded by safety barriers. I think I'll go ahead and start parking there again.
At least the view on the bridge I had to take to get over the train was nice.
It started moving again just as I got to the train station. It was cool to get another look at the hulls.
As usual, there were plenty of lovely things to see.
I spotted a bunch of these all over down there. Curious what they're for.
3.67 miles in 1:19, 8,417 steps, 191ft gain
One cool thing about MapMyRun is that I can review the progress on the map with times included, so even though I didn't make a note of the times, I can tell that the train sat still for 26 minutes. So it's true, my choice to keep moving was a good one.
Completely unrelated, Monica's doing great and the new, bigger plants are really cool.