Not a distance, but a time. I have been doing a lot of runs for time, while training for the half-iron.... it is about the time on the road, not necessarily the mileage.
And so.... 90 minutes was on the order for today.
I haven't done a run that long since March. I wasn't certain I could complete it.
My goal was to finish the run. I wasn't too concerned with pacing (although I didn't want to slog it); I was concerned with finishing the run strong.
And the run is complete-- I ran a loop around the cranberry bogs and over 195, and I managed to complete a little over 10 miles. (My pacing wasn't too far off pace).
The rain waited until I was home to start; and now, it is time to shower and rest for the rest of the day. I am looking forward to resting.
Tomorrow, I swim and bike.