AM-- well this was probably the most epic run ever. I shall tell thee the tale of my travels
Nathan and I met up at Shinobe Kaibe trailhead and began our journey from there. We ran out of the neighborhood and on to S washington fields road headed south. Then, we hung a left up the ol damn road and took that for a ways. At some point we turned right and, after going through some houses, came up on some desert trails at the foot of the giant hills. We then proceeded to climb them for extra tough butts (the hills are the ones just north of the new southern parkway that goes through Warner Valley). At the top the view was superb. We could see Sand Hallow, Pine View High, Warner Valley, and a magnificient angle of Shinobe Kaibe. Afterwards ran along the top of the ridge and came down the northern end of them and out onto Dam Road once again. After some tricky navigation through junkyards and pure instinct we found ourselves in the middle of the trail known as none other than Roller Coasters. We ran back to the start, then to the end, and then back to the start. After another quick breather (for our buns were on fire as was our lungs) we completed a 10 min fast finish back to our cars parked at the trailhead.
So yeah, pretty dope I'd say.
10 mi 80 mins
Today I am grateful for the amazing taste of Gatorade after long runs