Photographic proof of the visibility. It's so weird to see the path you're on vanish not that far away.
I love spiderwebs in the fog. I bet there were a lot of really good ones at the marina today.
No clue why I never noticed the cute little creature this structure looks like before. Reminds me of some of the creatures on The Herculoids, an '80s cartoon.
They've been maintaining the loop path on the island really well so I followed it today. The bridges were really icy but luckily they all have rails on the side so it's easy to penguin-walk across while holding on.
If you zoom in, you can see the sun between the trees here.
A bit more visible here.
I don't remember seeing these before, but I love the color.
Interstate 5 bridge before and after a train arrived. I park here so I was there for a bit while I reviewed my Snapchat story and reviewed everyone else's.
Speaking of which, I realized as I went to bed last night that Snapchat helped me mostly break one of my really bad habits, which I called "rough drafting." For the last couple of years, I always found myself composing these blog posts as the events happened, basically narrating what was happening, in the past tense. It really annoyed me, but I couldn't shake it. But I noticed that as I'm telling the same story on Snapchat, I'm living in the moment more and more, and it's been a long time since I obsessed over how I would type things out later on. One more benefit of the spontaneous and ephemeral nature of Snapchat.
8.61 miles in 2:52, 18,851 steps
The Sunday after St. Patrick's Day is one of my favorite days of the year because Garrett makes Corned Beef Hash. He's upstairs making it now, and I'm so excited to eat it.