|Only a couple of hours with sun this time of the year.|
Just want to share som nice pics from my runnings before I was hit by a kidney stone and som blood-infection :-)
I have been asked: "Why do you run when you're injured?".
A very well-founded question! If you have an injury of any kind, running or not running-related, you can usually do other things. Cycling, strength mm.
And if I run, I do it with the motto #ELS (Easy, Light and Smooth). I keep constantly in pain threshold. Also, I use an ointment based Aloe Vera which increases blood circulation.
|Elton, now 11.5 years, has always been an incredibly good and positive friend|
on my running routes but also during walks.
|Daring to peek around a corner can be rewarding!|
|An old barn now used as a shelter for cows in summer.|
Old and fine crafts!
|A lookout tower that was passed during one of my running routes|
|The Light in the tunnel ;-)|
A great track from one of my runnings.
Easy, Light and Smooth!
|Just passing by a birdhouse :-)|
As You can see there is not much snow this winter, even if cold.