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April 25, 2007
I finally kick started my running at ND. Om showed me the road that runs along the periphery and I decided run on the trail. The trail was about 2.5 km long and I did two loops. Boy was it tough! Was all out of breath at the end of it but felt good. Sweet pains as Gau calls them – love them! The next run I did 3 loops. It went much better and I really enjoyed being out around 6 in the morning. There was a nice chill and an amazing breeze. It had rained a couple of nights, so the soil was moist and the amazing earthy smell was in the air. I scared a bunch of hens along the way, got a few inches of red mud on my shoe since it had just rained and it felt weird each time I lifted my leg. I just couldn’t get the mud off and it kept accumulating more of it in the red mud patch. In all, it was a fun experience and got me started.