~ The unlikely saga of a middle-aged mom of twin second-graders and an Athena triathlete ~
Hey, do you take those pics of yourself by yourself? They come out great for you. Maybe my arms are too short, but I never seem to get a usable one when I do that.How was B&A Trail Half? I feel sorta bad, because I bagged the whole idea of volunteering (and I did the same thing for an MCRRC marathon the day before - bagged the whole volunteering idea.) But it was an early race, and I just felt like sleeping in. All this "painting trauma" B$ & irritation of the past week, plus a knot in my left calf muscle that bothered me ALL DAY yesterday...I just didn't feel like getting up for an hour's drive upmaryland*. *I made that word up - it works like upland :-)Did you ROCK????? YEAH, I bet you ROCKED!!!!!
Where the hell is spring, that's all I want to know. However, today was a balmy 55 in Utah. Can't complain about that. That's the warmest ride I've had in Utah since I started training for IMAZ. Take careBenny
I wish I knew!! It got up to 46*F here today. Since my race was done at about 10AM, it was cold enough that my nose was running the whole damn half marathon. Gack.
I always love your photo essays. You live in such a beautiful area! Thanks for taking us for a ride, I need that kind of pick me up since I'm a big wimp and am still on the trainer (it did snow today, though)Looking forward to that race report!
Great job with the run! Nice photos. Don't mean to gloat but the weather here in New Mexico is fantastic. So, spring is on it's way, just hold tight and keep warm.
Love the pics you take on your journeys. You do live in such a beautiful area and it's so different from mine I just love looking at the photos.
Great pics! I love seeing where people ride!
Thanks for sharing, nancy!!!
Great pictures, I love old houses/shops in the country. You look cold though. I can't wait to read the race report!
brrrr. That just looks cold. Not for me.
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