Oh this was a good one. Headead out from my house on the newly finished trail to go and try that out. It's great. There was no one on it and I saw 38 deer throughout the entire run. Things got more interesting when I turned left rather than follow the Jordan River trail and ran on the Utah Lakeshore trail the asphalt turned into a dirt trail and started turning into a lovely little forest. Then I hear some voices and got a little concerned for my safety but upon rounding a bend I see it opens up into a lakeside clearing and it's just a bunch of hippies so high they could have been Niel Armstrong taking steps for mankind. The called me over and we had a lovely conversation about all the cattails surrounding us, then one proceeds to proclaim her love for cats and runs straight into the nearby water. Good times. Turned around and was on my way but got distracted when I saw a no trespassing sign with a bridge behind, you know I'm all about that. A hop skip and sketchy bridge later and I'm on this little island with the river on either side and there's large dirt walls on the edges of it creating a bowl. The tops of the dirt walls were flat so a tiny climb later and I'm running up there run around it once and discover I was on the lake shore, funny how the utah lakeshore trail would take you to the shore, who would have thought. I then head home and low and behold the young womens pres is walking on the new trail getting in those momma jogger miles. She chastizes me for running without a shirt and that I should make more modest choices. But I think she was just envious of this "temple".