Where I Was

For you people who aren't cool enough to be on Facebook, here's the whole reason I went to the other side of the country and braved the cold weather:

She's an awesomely great baby, although I didn't see her when she wouldn't sleep and I didn't have to get up to feed her in the middle of the night, but still. She is awesome.

I did manage to get a few runs along the Hudson. I ran past:

NYC Skyline as seen from Jersey City

A defunct pier location (there's a high rise behind me)

Jersey City Sun Dial by the Hyatt

Lady Liberty

It was cold. I ran with snow. Not in snow, with snow. I took pictures to prove it.

These pictures were taken on my first run. There was a heat wave. It got into the high 40s! By the end of the week, the snow was gone. I never even got to use my last minute buy tights!


Tammy said...

Definitely worth the trip! And the fact that you were there for the good stuff and missed the up-all-night period= priceless.

Great pictures from your run! Love the skyline pics. I need to carry my phone with me and take pictures of, of, well I could take pictures of open fields, and woods, and cows during my runs...

Ellen said...

Great pics!
-and the baby's cute too :)

I just got back from Toronto and had a short run along lake Ontario. That cold weather makes my chin numb. I like it but glad I'm not livin' it.

Carly said...

What an adorable baby!!!

great photos! How fun to run in a different city.