After a great day of fishing I got cleaned up and went for a 3 hour run around Port Hardy. Through the industrial part of town along the fisheries until I hit Quaste Trail. Around the Quaste Trail twice because even a marked trail confuses me. Then across the flat part of the Estuary Trail until the Estuary Trail extension. This part was fabulous! A brand new trail. Starting in a thick forest, travelling up and up, passing small creeks and large logs. Finally hitting the lake. Travelling around the lake for 2-3 km on wooden planks. I think running on this might qualify me for the balance beam competition in the next summer Olympics. London here I come!
On my run back a long the great wooded trail, windy, rooty and totally secluded I decided to try my new found love of naked running and bore it call. Wow! Running in a brand new Brazilian with I heart RTNX bedazzled is amazing. Those of you that don’t know what RTNX is please following this link
http://www.raidthenorth.com/rtnex.html, and those of you that don’t know what bedazzling is following this link http://www.mysugarbox.com/. I promise neither go to a porn site. I’ll give you a moment to peruse these sites.
Yup, that’s right! One of my first stops in Vancouver was to Sugarbox. I figure if I was going to get a brazilian done for the first time I was going to do it right, and BEDAZZLE it! After much deliberation I choice I heart RTNX nether region. It was not nearly as painful as I expected and the bedazzle was just funny at first. I couldn’t believe I had done it.
Back to the naked running. It was little anxiety ridden at frist but then so exhilarating. And the bedazzle just made me run faster. Liberating!!! I even posed for a picture. Got to love camera timers! I have signed an image release form and all pictures of the Brazilian bedazzled with I heart RTNX are authorized for use by Frontier. I am sure Frontier’s CAO will use the utmost discretion when jerking, I mean distributing the images. As pointed out by the CAO I am actually on my way to the location of the last RTNX. Heading on the ferry to Prince Rupert tomorrow morning.