Friday, January 28, 2011

The Great Outdoors

The weather this week has me spoiled. Crisp, dry air and warm sunshine - makes me want to be outdoors all day, soaking it up. Here's a taste of what I've enjoyed...

Yesterday's early morning ride.

My run home from work.

This morning's ride.

15 comments:

Kathleen @ ForgingAhead said...

So gorgeous! We've been having some of the same and it's perfection.

Kim said...

i'm so jealous charisa. so incredibly jealous.

Nitsirk said...

Today was the first day all week it was above zero when I got up. It was 5. So jealous.

Beth said...

Oh it's so amazingly beautiful!! I think this is like our early fall - cool, crisp air and beautiful surroundings! :) Glad you are enjoying it!

TRI714 said...

I was telling my wife at lunch how great it is for January 28th.
Off day today, 50+ mile ride tomorrow, 12 mile run Sunday (IN GOOD/GREAT WEATHER) :-)

Christi said...

Wow, what great pix! You do have some great weather this week! We have been blessed with a couple of great days and I have loved every minute of it!

Mauricio Bueno said...

We are pretty spoiled , aren't we ?
Take care

Steve said...

Color???? Who has color this time of year?? For the last million days so it seems, I have seen almost every possible range of gray in our days here. Those million days = January. :)

Jill Costantino said...

So beautiful!

m said...

Beautiful! I like having some cold just to make things feel seasonal, but living somewhere like So cal with nice weather pretty much year round sure does seem pretty nice!

Luke said...

Great pictures. I am looking forward to it gettign up to 60 today and having my warmest ride in 6 months :)

Teresa said...

Simply amazing!

tn

AM-GoalsfortheWeek said...

wow. and I thought we had it good up here in Nor Cal?! dang.

don't show any east coaster these pics! They'll throw their computers out the window!

Greg said...

Wow! That is a beautiful place to train and soak up the rays.

solarpowered said...

j.e.a.l.o.u.s.

must visit SoCal immediately...
(she writes from underneath a ridiculous amount of snow and ice)