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Those are a pretty sight. In addition there is the 'sun pillar' that points straight up from the sun as it comes above the horizon (at least that's what I think I remember the name to be). Some of the joys of sunrises in the colder latitudes.
Estoy Listo, you remind me that I came up with a drink called the Sun Dog. It's a Greyhound (vodka and grapefruit juice) with a slight drizzle of grenadine down opposite sides of the glass.
Of course salting the rim of the glass will give you a Salty Dog to start. Works either way,
If you could please individually respond to my comment it would mean a lot to me. I’ve read countless articles of yours and I agree 100% with every bit of it but I have some questions left unanswered that I would REALLY appreciate some advice for. I train in shoes with 4mm drops such as the mirage and the saucony fastwitch. I wanted to know if there was a more minimal shoe I could go down to yet still be able to handle all the mileage that I do. Do you think a 4mm shoe is still going to be pretty minimal? There are other options like the saucony virata(Very flexible trainer with a 0mm drop) or the newton mv2/distance? What do you think would be the best option for me? Or do you have any other recommendation? My track season begins in January and I’ll be in spikes a lot so my calves will be taking a beating, so would some additional cushioning in my shoes be what i need? i have very flat feet as well by the way. And I really want to go about your aerobic training because it makes a lot of sense to me. I am an 800 runner so i focused a lot on speed throughout high school and I thing if I had more aerobic capacity I would’ve been much better. But during my aerobic training, i would like to be able to maintain my speed somewhat. Would fast striders after my runs focusing on form and speed be bad for this aerobic base training phase? And is it ok to beplaying basketball or ultimate frisbee maybe once or twice a week? I honestly have read COUNTLESS articles of yours and I have gained so much knowledge but as I said I still have some unanswered questions. I would greatly appreciate if you respond to my post individually. Thanks doc!
It's caused by ice crystals in the upper atmosphere.