Looking north into Teton Valley from Pole Canyon
In order to train for a 50 or 100 mile race, I've been doing back to back long runs. Yesterday was my second "long" run. It was pitiful. I walked slowly uphill and trotted downhill when it wasn't too steep. I slogged to the car, came home and was a slug for the rest of the evening. I was super lazy, tired and achy. All of that was to be expected so I took it in stride and did some reading.
For the Addison's contingent, I took an extra 10 mg of HC on the day after my long run. I was feeling excessively tired, sore and run down. I was not expecting to feel perky or anything after a 40 mile run but I felt my body needed a little bit more HC to keep the nausea at bay. Nausea is my symptom for low hydrocortisone.
Anyhow, here are some pictures from yesterday and a moose video at the bottom.
Holy cow! Does this look like a shark or what?!
Jesus was here
Mistletoe killing a tree. Joanne taught me that's what those ball things are one the tree. I thought they were squirrel nests. I learn something new every day!
Baby horse is growing up fast! Born June 19th.
I came over the hill and noticed a big mud pit that looked like cows wallowed in it. Because I was exhausted, I stared stupidly at the mud pit, wondering if cows were even allowed in this part of the forest. As I stared, I noticed a bull moose in the mud. Here's some video of it as it noticed me.