My running trail dies every year, a slow decay as the sun’s rays angle lower on the horizon. The air is cooler, the sun softer. Colors are more varied, yet demure. Rich in maturity.
On my return, as I run up the water tower hill, I see fresh snow on the Indian Peaks. My legs respond with vigor. My lungs are fuller. There is no better time to run than in a Colorado October.
After seeing everyone’s HOCO photos this weekend, it occurred to me I forgot to post one of Ellie from a couple of weekends past.