trestle turn around
What wonderful fall weather! Cooler, partly cloudy. I ran north on the river road trail and didn’t encounter too many people. Heard the rowers on the river, with the coxswain calling out instructions through their bullhorn. Saw the river, I think. Did I? I don’t remember noticing many brightly colored leaves.
Things I Remember
- one roller skier skiing on the bike path, their poles clickity-clacking
- a sudden shower of acorns–a whoosh then thump thump thump
- a stroller right off the edge of the path, an adult and young kid under the lake street bridge, looking down at the river right by the edge of a chain link fence
- running through the tunnel of trees, barely looking down, but noticing a few yellow trees
A good run, an opportunity to get lost and lose track of time.
And here’s the wonderful opening from Yi Lei’s Nature Aria. Very fitting for this windy, autumn day, when leaves are swirling and scattering:
Autumn wind chases in
From all directions
And a thousand chaste leaves