You can start a great new habit or restart an old habit just about any time.
On the last day of our trip to Canada and Michigan (via Chicago) we had just enough time to take a walk while we waited for a booth at the best hamburger place we’ve ever been – Au Cheval. Maybe I’ll share about the truly delicious food another time, but my point is that we walked a couple miles in Chicago and then in O’Hare International, the airport in Salt Lake City and Lindbergh Field in San Diego.
Since that day I have done a lot of walking at San Diego Comic-Con which started the day after we arrived home. Because they killed one of my favorite Game of Thrones characters I didn’t go to Hall H this year which means that I didn’t spend seven hours in one room sitting down. I walked for hours every day and didn’t sit down very much. That’s six days so far of walking an average of probably 4-6 miles or more and no less than 2 1/2 miles on preview night at Comic-Con.
On Monday I decided to go walking near Cal State San Marcos and I walked most of the way up the hill. On Tuesday I went back earlier and went farther and Wednesday I started at 5:07 am and walked to Double Peak Drive in San Elijo.
Today my wife and I walked from Tina’s Deli up Borden through Palomar College and then east on Mission and back through Palomar College to finish where we started. I only took one photo today, so there was a lot more walking. I’m guessing at least 3 miles, but I’ll know for sure tomorrow after I plot the course.
I’ll continue to keep track of where I walk in case any readers want to take the same paths.
Here are some photos!