What a perfect day for a run around Colleen Lake. It was cloudy but the perfect running temperature. 56 degrees, with just a light wind. Just perfect for running with my light windbreaker. It was muddy on the north side again, making my shoes gain weight for a while. But otherwise it was really nice for running. A couple of times I jumped off the road and ran on the tundra because of heavy equipment along the road. But the tundra was actually a little firmer than the muddy road in those places. I was happy that no one bothered me to tell me that I shouldn’t be running there. It is a public road so no one can legitimately tell me that anyway. I was also happy to see that my Nike+ with GPS was right on. The distance was exactly what I found when I drove the route in the car. I like how it showed a little map of my run. My mother called in the middle of my run, and when the phone call came in, the program paused my run until I hung up the call, then it automatically resumed the workout. Very cool technology. With the more accurate measurement of my pace, I can monitor my progress more efficiently.