This site is about my life growing up and growing older in Mathews County, a rural, water-bound community on the way to nowhere in particular.
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
These were taken back when I used to jog a little over a year ago down Onemo, where I like to jog. I've been so busy lately that jogging has taken a back seat, but it's going back on the priority list this week.
Another excuse reason why I've not been on any long runs down this way has to do with coyotes. The Gazette-Journal recently ran an article about some coyotes in Onemo casually tossing back cats as appetizers (paraphrasing is mine). They're supposedly nocturnal, but based on what they did to a deer in my parents' yard last week, I'm not sure I'd want to run up onto a pack of them with nowhere to run except into dense woods or swampland--and I'm not usually the sort of person who is afraid of anything much.
There are coyotes in Mathews.
I need to get back into a regular running routine, coyotes or no coyotes.