PM- Got a late start due to sleeping in, plus a neighborhood bike parade and easter egg hunt. Drove to Croft State Park, my second time there. As expected, felt like absolute crap the first 4 miles and almost quit. Felt better by 1 hr mark. Uneventful but enjoyable run- didn't see a single person on the mountain bike trails, though I did venture into a campground and rodeo area where there were a ton of people. Found the Southside bike trails once again to be splendid, and the state park trails to be crappity-crappy-crap as they are completely overrun with horses that result in chopped up, sloppy, muddy, poopy trails. Also saw one large (6+ ft) snake that I'm pretty sure is a black Eastern Rat snake- I played with it for a few minutes. 75 deg and very humid. Wish I had my camera to capture some of the gorgeous, green-carpeted, shaded areas of the run- beautiful. Didn't feel great, overall, but a nice run. 14 miles total in 2:09 with ~1000 ft elevation (garmin connect says 750 corrected, 2300 uncorrected, SportTracks says 2100, garmin training center says 4000- I really wish they would agree somewhat- these rolling, east coast trails seem to drive the watch nuts). Now my easy week is over, back to high mileage next week. 4 more weeks of hard training before my taper for OD.