That's what I was out in for my run today. Lots of snow fell overnight, and more during the day. I don't want to talk about my drive downtown to drop Linda off. Or the drive home.
On the bike for an easy 20 min spin to warm up. I wanted to start getting moist, but not sweaty. It's not cold out, only minus 2 or 3 C, but I figured I'd be getting we enough from the snow, and being splashed. Ran 30 minutes, about 3.6 or 3.7 K according to mapmyrun, working to keep my heart rate under 130 and mostly succeeding. The footing wasn't that bad since the snow was still squoogy and slushy. Walked 10 minutes to get home, and then shoveled the driveway and sidewalk for 20 minutes. I'm darn well counting that as a workout, though I don't know if it should go down as a cardio or a core workout.
Kelly B is probably the only person interested in this next bit. Linda and I got invited by our financial advisor to dinner at La Chaumiere (which is a very, very swish high end French restaurant) by our financial advisor to hang out and listen to Eric Bushnell talk about the economic recovery. He's just a guy, kind of geeky looking actually, who's responsible for managing some mutual funds, to the tune of about $umpteen billion. We'd hoped to still get to yoga class after, but things were a bit late getting started, and he talked for longer than anticipated. Fascinating. Well worth missing a yoga class.