It was coooooold today when we headed out for our run. 32 "feels like 27" cold. Which I know really isn't that cold for most people, but for Eugene standards it's considered pretty brisk. I bundled the kids up in layer after layer after layer. Undershirts, followed by tights, then footie jammies, then fleece lined pants, long sleeved shirts, more socks, sweatshirts, coats, hats, gloves, a quilt a piece, a fleece blanket to share and topped off with the wind/rain cover. It only took us around 30 minutes to get out the door too... new record! The gloves of course came off before we were even out of the driveway, but I think the fact that both kids were asleep within the first 2 miles of our run attested to the fact that as Noni put it they were "snug as bugs in rugs".
Basically the frozen spider webs....
and the foggy river.
While stopped taking pictures though, I noticed a bit of flaking on the stroller and some definite precipitation of a frozen variety.freezing fog?
It became my big quest to figure out if it was actually snowing (which it rarely if ever does in Eugene) or if I was merely running through a patch of freezing fog. I passed another runner coming at me and I almost asked him if he thought it was snowing but figured this might be a question best pondered to myself (and subsequently out loud on my blog for anyone to read). I finally decided that it was in fact snowing.
Can you see the build up of 1/4 centimeter on this bench?!
Maybe this shot will give you a better view... definitely some snow.