Currently, we're enjoying absolutely PERFECT weather here in South Florida: It's in the low 70s, the air is drier, and the skies are clear and sunny. And with the sunrise not occurring until about 7 am, that means a 6 am run along the beach is awesome, so that's what Wendy and I did this morning.
I had Garmin issues (for some reason, after 3 miles, it still hadn't found a satellite signal, so I just turned it off and relied on Wendy to pace us and keep track of our mileage with her Garmin), so I don't have splits, but we did 10 miles in about 1 hour 45 minutes. Not too shabby considering we took walk breaks at the beginning of most miles (Wendy is still nursing a nagging injury that kept her out of running all summer), and I think she said our average pace was 10:30. A nice, conversational pace -- it's the sort of pace that makes me feel like I could run for forever, so it felt great.
Now, I'm home and I shut off the A/C and opened up the windows and the patio door, and for the first time in about 6 months, I'm enjoying the fresh air in the house. Ah...I love "winter" in FL. From now until about the end of February: These are the best months to live and run here!