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Thursday, November 05, 2015

Running in the Wild

Elk and deer hunting in the area has kept me off of the mountain trails, but it occurred to me that it should be safe enough to run around in the "Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild" park. I wore orange, and it was pleasant enough. The place improves with every visit. The trails are getting clearer, and there are two new installations.

This is one of them, "East-West Passage" by Sam Clayton and Mark Jacobs of England. I ran through it, a zigzag trench lined with logs. The park has a website — — where you can read and see more about it.

There's another new installation, but I didn't see it this morning. I'll look for it tomorrow.

Nice day — 30 degrees, overcast and spitting snow. I saw a number of white tails running together, and one large buck that didn't seem scared enough of me. Hope it doesn't occur to anyone to go hunting in the park. If I stay with it, I should be able to top a thousand miles this year, but I doubt now that I'll make the 100-a-month that I almost caught up to before the eye surgery.

2; 2; 2; 825
Posted by Mose, 7:24 AM


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