I try to go for a walk every evening.
Last night I went for a walk under the light of the full moon.
Our "employee campus" is on a frontage road that is only about 3/4 of a mile long and stops at a dead end. Many of the employees living here walk or bike up and down this road. Along this road there is an RV park and a few small ranches.
There is a turn off for a steep road up to a subdivision, this is a good place to get a workout. There were some horses at the top of the hill near the back of the RV park. A deer ran across the road as I was walking back to the RV - it was too fast for me to get a picture.
I am really having fun playing with my new GPS watch, I only walked 1.65 miles this evening, I would have liked to go further, but I was walking while my laundry was in the dryer and had to stop to finish this job.
Walking uphill @ 3.66 mph. I was surprised to see that I've been walking faster uphill than downhill. Uphill is harder on the lungs but downhill is harder on the knees. I used to walk faster than this is Illinois, I thought I used to do a 15 minute mile. I'm curious to see if I can get to that point again since I am at a higher elevation, with more hills.
On Saturday, when I was hiking on rocky, uneven surfaces, I was being more careful going downhill, so I guess this slowed me down.