Up at the usual time, it was of course an hour darker due to Daylight Savings Time. There was a little sliver of nearly-new moon up just before dawn. As I began my run, several deer unconcernedly walked up the hill to go to bed -- night shift / morning shift.
Just to make life more complicated, the parks department has closed my favorite stretch of trail due to landslides. That shortens my possibilities for hill runs in that direction.
This morning I went up to the road closure, and did a double loop on another hill to make a total of 4.3 miles with 1700 ft. of climb. Wheee!
This makes two weeks (training weeks -- I'm back to thinking of my life as my run schedule from Monday through Sunday) of running four times a week: run Tuesday, Wednesday; weights on Thursday (half an hour of arm and shoulder work with light dumbbells); run Friday and Sunday. I break it up like this: short (junk miles / mental health run) on Tuesday, Tempo or Intervals on Wednesday, Moderate time-on-legs run on Friday, and Long Run on Sunday.
Right now "long" isn't very long. But progress is progress, and sticking to it is sticking to it.