ORN: 4 miles, R4/W1
Every couple of years a rare event pops up. A full moon on fresh snow during an early morning run. Today was such a day. We had about an inch overnight, followed by clearning skies. As I walked out to run at 5:30am, the bluish light of the moon was somehow even "bluer" as it reflected off the oh-so fresh snow.
Perhaps it isn't so rare...I just looked and I wrote about pretty much the same thing just last March. Hey, it is still a cool visual event.
The unusual light did nothing, however, to soften the impact of the cold. The 14F temp wasn't all that bad but the sharp wind from the northwest was biting. Glad to have the LA Marathon on March 21 as a motivator.
Persevere. In any light.