Monthly Archives: January 2011

Pink clouds and brown cows

Balmy afternoon temperatures don’t mean it’s warm at dawn. The clear skies mean cool temps, down right chilly on the flatlands but warmer Dish top. The female Dawn Jogger continues to enjoy the low winter light, making for pretty silhouettes … Continue reading

Posted in Dawn jogging | Leave a comment

Out of town run in my own backyard

The Dawn Jogger doesn’t need to go far to be in the Old West. After doing an early morning photo shoot for InMenlo at the San Mateo County Sheriffs Mounted Patrol barns, she took off for a four-plus mile jog … Continue reading

Posted in Dawn jogging | Tagged | Leave a comment

Caught between the moon and two thinkers

Once the heavy fog of earlier in the week abated, the Dawn Jogger has had a big full moon with her on her morning outings. Today it was still relatively high in the sky as she made her way across … Continue reading

Posted in Dawn jogging | Tagged | Leave a comment

Upside down morning on a bright “spring” day

The Dawn Jogger was sitting in Ann’s coffee shop in downtown Menlo Park this morning at 6:30 am. In fact, she and her InMenlo interviewee opened the place. That meant she needed to get creative in order to get in … Continue reading

Posted in Dawn jogging | Leave a comment

Dish morning prettier to the eye than the camera

As the Dawn Jogger was heading down Piers Lane and up the first Dish hill, the big full moon was setting in the west (yes, west) behind here. It was as spectacular pre-dawn sight but one that her trusty Lumix … Continue reading

Posted in Dawn jogging | 1 Comment

Do mountain lions like golf, want an education?

Only last night the Dawn Jogger was out with a group of friends who expressed concern that she jogs alone at dawn, alone being the operative word. She tried to explain that she’s rarely alone; there are fellow morning exercisers … Continue reading

Posted in Dawn jogging | Tagged | Leave a comment

Did we mention it’s foggy?

The Dawn Jogger has run the Dish on many a foggy morning but she doesn’t remember it so dense that she could only see a faint outline of the big antenna itself when she was only yards away. But so … Continue reading

Posted in Dawn jogging | Leave a comment