On my sabbatical list is traversing the Moffett Blvd overpass along the Stevens Creek trail. With enough light left in the day I headed out for a loop from my apartment, along Middlefield Road to the trail, along the trail to Microsoft campus, then back past Google and home along Rengstorff. I figured it'd be about 5 miles of running and maybe 45 - 50 minutes. It's twice what I've done recently but I felt pretty good, it was the optimal running temperature (69F), and I had my Camelbak, so what could go wrong? Not much, actually. The route came in at 5.5 miles and I ran pretty solidly for the first 2.5 (to just past the overpass). I was sort of pooped by this time so I mixed running with walking + drinking from my Camelbak. I also gave directions to another jogger who was looking to get to NASA Ames; unfortunately, from where she was at, the best route was just the boring along-the-road route. I was back to my apartment in 66 minutes. So, net a little slower than I like, but that includes all the walking time, which wouldn't be necessary if I ran this route more often (or also if I ran sooner after lunch rather than through dinner).