Driving home from Lee Vining after a dusk run at South Tufa, the rising moon--two days past full--seemed a hilt, and its reflection, a sword that came straight through the window into my chest, or onto my shoulder, I don't know which. I should go for yet another run, I thought, to the chant of the trilling crickets! I should stride out this minute, with the soft-spoken poorwills that flutter after the glowing moths as they ascend! I should let my eyes widen, and widen, and feel my way humbly, confidently across the pale washboard sand!
But here I am, instead.
AM: 10 mi, 70 min; Hwy 167-Cemetery Rd-Mono City Jeep Trail
PM: 5 mi, 35 min; O+B on Test Station Rd from South Tufa
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