With a little extra time on Friday, I decided to run on the Ralston Creek path out to Highway 93, and the loop around the reservoir. Outbound I took it easy, but inbound picked it up a little. Paths over near the golf course:
Storm clouds behind Tucker Lake:
North Table Mountain:
Distance was 13.50 miles, time 2:19 (moving 2:07), elevation gain/loss 558 feet, avg. pace 10:21 (moving 9:26), and best pace 7:30.
While driving home I filled up the tank, and it occurred to me that sometimes I might want to take more pictures of the mundane things, not necessarily to post (don't worry), but just to have a record. Such photos can be interesting many years later.
There's also a political component here, since unless America has a sudden attack of self-esteem and moral realization, fossil fuels will eventually be banned outright like incandescent bulbs were, and sights like this will become a quaint memory.