This morning I ran 7 miles around my Dallas suburb. Tomorrow morning I will run 4 miles around Seabrook, Texas. I’m here for a conference and to collect some awards for some of my TV productions I’m also teaching a class on how to make TV gold.
I do think my running views will be much better here, I must say. As the name of the town implies, we’re against the sea. We’re south of Houston on the Gulf of Mexico. Lots if boats and beach side bars (which is where I write this).
It’s good to not be landlocked for a change. As Jimmy Buffett sang, “The salt air, it ain’t thin. It can stick right to your skin and make you feel fine. Makes you feel fine.” -Tin Cup Chalice
Anyway, I’m on a floating bar/grubbery watching the tide and boats and fishies jump. It’s pretty nice, though don’t come here if you get seasick easily (frosted blogger, I’m looking at you). And to my other blogger friends, I may not be able to keep up with y’all’s posts the next couple days, but I’ll be sending good vibes for your workouts/races (chocolate medals blogger, I’m looking at you-good luck!).
What about y’all? Do you take your running shoes on trips? Do you prefer to run by the sea or by mountains?