And lo, the clouds parted, and there was sunshine again across the land, and the walks took place once again outside, instead of on carpeting and concrete and on a schedule.
Yes, it's the Tuesday after Comic-Con, and while I walked every day last week (a total of over 70 miles, an average of 8.75 miles per day over 8 days), it was with a purpose, traveling from hither to there-ther, usually lugging an award or two to give out. I won't lie to you, it's still walking as far as I'm concerned. A LOT of walking. (Okay, my longest walk was on Wednesday, and that's because I went book shopping at Comic-Con. So sue me.)
So since we last met, I've walked 11 times for a total of just a little over 90 miles. Let's see what we saw, shall we?
Here are a couple of new shots of my favorite bridge, the Quince Street overpass which, well...passes over (no relation to the Jewish holiday) a ravine that runs by 4th Avenue and Quince Street.
I love this bridge almost as much as I love the Spruce Street one, which bounces as you walk and is not for those faint of heart who are easily bothered by bouncy bridges that feel like an earthquake has begun.
Here's where I did the bulk of my walking last week: the beautiful San Diego Convention Center. I must have seen these things a 100 times if I saw them once. Oh well...it's a living.
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