It all started Tuesday night. The forecast noted a wind warning and warmer temperatures. They were right. The wind was brutal and it was even raining horizontal for a while. The temperature jumped to +7C that night.
Since the windstorm it has been unseasonably warm. Like +5C (with lows to -5C). It’s forecasted to stay warm all next week too. This is one long Chinook.
Monday night, prior to the heat wave, I had a moonlight run on the community trail. Of course it was cold that night (-17C). Kobi loved it and we were the only ones out there. We did come across some snow angels though. No photos as I didn’t have any pockets to put any digital gear in.
I haven’t run since Monday as I’ve been having some weird foot issues. It started earlier in the month and I had hoped it would just go away, but it hasn’t. The top of my foot hurts between the ankles.
I’ve been doing some Google research and have self-diagnosed myself with extensor tendonitis. I’m going to see a physiotherapist on Monday when I’m out of town for work as we don’t have a physiotherapist where I live. We also don’t have a veterinarian (more for Kobi than me), but I digress. I shall see what the physio dude thinks.
Skiing doesn’t seem to bother my foot much so I’m doing that. Thank goodness because Kobi goes a little loco when she doesn’t get run lots (as do I). We did have a lovely long snowshoe Saturday afternoon as walking doesn’t hurt (no wildlife encounters).
Well, I’m off for another ski as it is a balmy +4C already and Kobi is (un)patiently waiting for me…