Well, in my neck of the woods, our community running trail is flanked by foliage on both sides. In order to control some of the overgrowth, the township has "hired" goats that will be on site, eating a bunch of out-of-control plants and vines, through September. So, that's kind of interesting. I would call my residence urban-y/suburban. There are sidewalks everywhere, so we can easily walk to get places, including the train into Philadelphia. And I live about 6.5 miles outside of the center of city, and about 2 miles outside of a neighborhood called Manayunk, which is technically part of the city, but not part of the city proper.
Run: 4 miles today and yesterday. I am getting slower and slower and needing to walk/shuffle up hills, which is fine and expected, but it means I have to get up earlier to get my run in, which is (not-so)nicely dovetailing with later sunrises. Meh
But I'm happy to still be doing what I can do.
Food: Tomatoes are getting good again, so I'm making a lot of cucumber/tomato/feta salads. I made a big batch last night and had leftovers for lunch today, alongside some chicken and lentils.
Blather: If you remember me complaining about the lack of progress on our house, things have improved. I took matters into my own hands, and reached out to the local FB community for suggestions on contractors. After a few consultations, literally one week later, all of the holes in our house are filled and ready for paint. It's amazing. There were dozens. DH was a little salty about it, but now acknowledges that I was correct.
Bonus: Thin in summer, thick in winter. I wear Smartwool socks year round, and I find that the thicker socks have a tendency to bunch up when my feet are sweating a lot, whereas the thinner socks do not.