Other Side Of The Gorge

Working away from my usual stomping ground means some different running routes. For the 0700 starts I like to get into the branch by 0540 to fit the morning run in. Being out north and in winter it means cold starts.

There are some obvious differences once I have driven across the Plenty Gorge. It seems to be a border by more than topography. Running highlights a few things compared to my own area:
• lack of hills
• the wind just seems stronger (maybe not broken by hills)
• houses are close to the path and running past switches on sensor lights
• people look at you like you are about to mug them (no friendly hello)


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