case that I would put Tyra back on her lead line.
I let Tyra go on the trail heading to Siggi’s trail. Pete, Hrimmi, and Ryder were ahead of me. We don’t have much snow on the trails, so they are a challenge running wise. I set out behind the gang. Hrimmi stopped so I got ahead of her. Tyra ran off into the adjacent field. Pete, Hrimmi, Ryder and I kept going. Tyra joined us.
The order varied at times, but we all walked/trotted/ran Peaches’ Loop, Tin Can, and Siggi’s Trail. Tyra was her usual energetic self. And Hrimmi was energized by the activity, which is what I hoped would happen. Hrimmi needs to be energized.
It was a great outing except for the fact that I hurt the bottom of my foot, near the heel. After our ride I accompanied Pete and Tinni around the loop – Pete wanted to try out his new running shoes. I should not have attempted to keep up but I did. Now, once again, I may pay the price for the next few days. Standing on it is no big deal, but it hurts when I move about. I have my fingers crossed that this is just a blip and that I did not injure myself seriously. At least it is not my knee. And on the up side of things, my left shoulder is doing well – I again have full range of motion.
Tonight I am going through my movement studies books and doing pelvis exercises. Could be some connection between my pelvis and the bottom of my foot – you just never know.
Next: 327. 11/26/17: Horse Time: Part II