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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Monday August 30, 2004
02:43 PM

Keep on running...

[ #20639 ]

I was not able to get up this morning. I attended a friends polter abend yesterday, so I had to postpone my running trip at 07:00.

So when I got home I went running around 20:00. My plan was to extend my trip this wednesday. So I would be running 2 laps around the local lake, but tonight my legs felt good - and I was in a good mood, so I just kept going.

So I ran two laps in a good speed (I think I could have continued further). This is the trip I used to run 10 years ago (only faster), so now I can start working on increasing my speed...

The only problem about running this late is all the mosquito bites... wednesday I will be back to running in the morning.

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  • That, I did not know... you actually avoid the mosquitos by going in the morning? What, are they asleep? :-|

    This can be great information :-)
    • Well it is a completely unscientific observation.

      I just gotten mosquito bites in the evening and not in the morning - I have observed (in eye and mouth) mosquitos in the morning (during summer), so perhaps the season also has something to say.

      I can perhaps obtain more data by running naked and exposing more skin?