But before that, I took advantage of a *spectacular* Southern California spring day and headed into the hills.
If you haven’t lived in Southern California, we have this weather pattern that starts in May and continues through June. It’s known as May grey and June gloom. What happens is every morning, low clouds and fog blow in from the ocean to keep our mornings cool and dreary. Most days, this all blows away by midday. This morning was no exception:
By the time I made my turnaround point 2 1/2 miles later, the sun was making a valiant attempt to break through:
And by the time I got back to the car, the marine layer had burned off and exposed a perfect spring day:
Distance: 5.3 miles @ 15:47 pace
Calories: ??? (sorry – took the parents out to dinner).
Weekend Weigh in: Down a pound and a half this week; 2.5 total.