One of my friends on dailymile posted a link to this, and I had to share with a wider audience. The picture above is just one of many, and if you're a runner, you'll get all of them. :-)
I happen to like the cable car one, since I did that one recently. On Powell Street, no less.
It’s beautiful out today, so I had to stop and take some pictures on my run. The last few are of a tree that I saw at the top of the ridge that was entirely hollowed out.
It's the first ever virtual turkey trot, and it benefits St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. From Runblogger, here are the steps:
1. Head over to feedtheturkey.com to sign up
2. Post that you are participating on dailymile, Facebook, Twitter, and/or your own blog (feel free to use the image in this post!)
3. Make your donation (levels are easy to handle – $1, $5, or $10) which will go 100% to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
4. Run or walk a 5k (or more) on Thanksgiving day. It can be an official race, a solo effort, or just a fun run with friends.
5. Head back to feedtheturkey.com to post your results, print your finisher’s certificate, and be entered for prize giveaways!
Sounds like fun to me!
And this time, I did it the right way, so I got to run around in the park itself. See my Daily Mile post for details.I took some pictures on the way:
The cows were out in force in the Walnut Creek Open Space (Acalanes Ridge)
This is heading up the hill in Briones, and I noticed that there was one brown cow.
The view from the top. I had to stop and admire it. I'm not sure my cameraphone does it justice.
Looking back the way I came, towards Mt. Diablo.
Another view from the top.
On the way back down, I got a much better view of the one brown cow.