>Wear something very reflective so you can be seen. 9:30 is a pretty good
>to go since most folks are home and off the road. The roads will be less
>than they will at 6 pm.
Definitely. I forgot to mention I run in a park, and yes, 9:30pm there's
practically no one there, let alone driving through it.
>The following is debatable but I prefer it. Run with the traffic if there
>no or few street lights where you run and against traffic if there are
>street lights. I find that when a car is coming up from behind me I'll
something. :-) I know what you mean about that.
>Wear enough clothing to keep you warm but not so much that you'll sweat
>Hats and gloves are good because they can help adjust your temperature.
>Experiment with what you wear and you'll find what is right.
Gloves, really? I hadn't thought about that, though the hat or headband I
can see since most heat exits off the head. What about distances, times?
Should you go shorter distances than your normal in colder weather, and go
slower, etc? Thanks, Andy.