On Monday we had the heaviest snowfall round here since 1986, total whiteout and half the bloody province without electricity. Anyway at lunchtime it's falling nicely with a few inches on the deck and it's my run day. So at lunchtime I duly kit up, trog out of the building, start jogging and get about 100m when I realise that the wind is just not going to make this enjoyable at all. I then trot back, grab my small pack and run up to the gym where I spent a decent sweaty session on the exercise bike before running home. Now I have run in everything, snow, thunderstorms, 40ÂºC, the lot but now in my early fifties I just wondered do we get less nails or do we better realise how to train in optimum conditions given the circumstances rather than just running off into the ooloo? Your opinions on this musing would be appreciated.