Long Run Cut Short

Saturday night I ran 18 miles to Seseh Beach.  My flying schedule has left me with only a few windows to get in my runs, so they have all been a little longer than recommended. I left on this run at midnight under a clear sky. The midnight temperature was 81 degrees F. (27 C) Seemed like a hot night to me. Saturday was a Balinese Ceremony day, so there was still a bit of traffic. I found out that Seseh Beach is a very popular late night Ceremony spot. My initial plan was to run for 25-30 miles. That changed rather quickly when my legs didn’t have that much distance in them. The heat took its toll and I modified my run into 18 miles, with a few walk breaks thrown in just to make sure I didn’t go too fast.  I was able to get home in time to sleep a few hours before work.

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