Re: A really great long run, and no water

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randys
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At the start of the run it was about 8-9 degrees and by the end it warmed up to the low 20’s. Winds were 10-15 mph at the start but increased by the end. Probably to about 20-25 mph.

I put a lite layer of vasoline over the face. No different then what I would do if I was using it for chaffing. It took the ‘sting’ out of the wind and I felt pretty comfortable.

Some of my comfort may have been the joy of simply being off the dreadmill. (These past 2 weeks I spent more days on the mill then the roads).

And after running anf cleaning up my face was’nt dried out and red like it usually is after a cold windy run.