Sitting at my desk all day was not the best thing after my run yesterday, and I hobbled down the stairs on stiff legs when leaving the office (good thing it wasn't an ultra). Time for a little exercise, so I stopped by Crown Hill on the way home for a walk.
It's pretty nice, and it's big, 242 acres or about 2 miles for a lap around the outside. There are two lakes/ponds, a small wildlife sanctuary section, and some cottonwood groves here and there to divide it up and keep it interesting. According to the sign it's based on an 1860 homestead and the lakes are natural.
There was a goose happy hour out on the lake raising causing quite a ruckus. Lots of water birds landing for the evening.
Some of the runners were more "serious" (speed-oriented?) than what I see out on the trails, moving a long at a good clip, doing strides, etc. Pretty good crowd but still plenty of room.