ground squirrels in their colonies, which L biked through to watch them scurry and chirp with alarm.
I talked L into biking along with me while I ran because I was a little apprehensive of finding my way and getting back home. Mostly, though, he kept the run fun, and I had someone to talk to since I wasn't able to run with my normal running gals. They got their runs in yesterday back in the muggy state I left behind for a week, though apparently it rained and made the temperatures more tolerable.
We're about to head out to Hyalite for a day trip: canoeing, fishing (for L and his dad), and grilling. It should be fun and relaxing, and I promise to take some photos with my better camera.
And before I go, here's a pic of my niece's piggy--it's a big mama pig with one of her six babies! (The babies store inside of her and zip up, and there's velcro for them to attach to her. It's like the best thing ever.)