1) It was a very large hill.
2) It took a long time, and I burned a lot of calories.
BAM BITCH, SQUARED.
It was rough, but totally worth it. I took a lot of mini breaks on our way up the BIG MOUNTAIN, basically any time my heart rate jumped up past 185, and The Married Lady and her doggy Gracie patiently waited for me. I just love Gracie, she is the most well trained pup I've had the pleasure of spending time with and she's oh so darn cute!
|Her encounter with Tortilla Jalapeno, the wee baby puppy.|
|Run. Chase balloon. Rest.|
I just have such deep, abiding affection for the Hollywood sign. It's silly but I don't give a fuck. It's just SO classic LA. Being so close to it made me a little giddy. I've always said it's one of my life goals to live with a view of it some day, and I hope that comes true.
I'm proud of myself for going.
|Burbank, the Valley, etc.|
|LA, LA, ellaaaa...can't quite see, in the pic on the right|
there's a mini Hollywood sign.
|Dude can you see that weird visual trick? It looks like the |
O is before the H.