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Ardie and I ran on the Porter Rockwell Trail this morning. 40 degrees is perfect for running.
Where oh where did my running mojo go? A lame walk/run around the Old Mill Pond.
Muscle-up and 3 treadmill miles. I think I might do a lot of TM miles this winter, it keeps me honest on sticking with a decent pace.
Just bought tickets to Hawaii in Feb to visit my daughter and do the Aloha Run!!
5 miles before the sun came up!
Julie and I and some of the Poly relatives are trying Hot Hula tonight, it looks like a Polynesian version of Zumba.
3 miles in the neighborhood.
Hot Hula last night was a blast!!! I hope they start classes close to me or I will be driving across town to go! Loved it!
5 miles in the dark and rain. Glad to be done.
It has been a bad week, almost lost Odee after he had an accident falling down the stairs, in fact we were at the vet's office ready to put him down and he came around and started to walk, so we brought him home and are trying to nurse him back to health.
Any way 3 slow miles, with out any zip.
Nice run along the Pipeline with Maurine, snowy and beautiful!
a little walk with Odee in the park and then some treadmill miles
did a 3 mile run up to Bywater Park and back this afternoon, the weather cleared up and I needed some fresh air.
muscle-up and 2 miles at the gym
a quick run at the gym this morning
2 miles at the gym
Tomorrow we head off to Mesquite for the half marathon. Sure glad I signed up for the half and not the full!!!
We had a wonderful time in Mesquite, thanks to my awesome friends and family. Ardie was there with her hubby, Laurel was there with her hubby ( from Orange County) and Gary and Ernie and last but not least my dear parents.
We arrived Friday and picked up our bib numbers and tee shirts and visited with everyone. Had fun gambling, playing the penny slots and stayed up late because Ernie had a hot machine and I could hardly break away from the excitement. My parents took us out to dinner at Katherines at the Casablanca, that was probably the nicest pre-race meal I have ever had. They spoil us rotten and are so much fun!
Ardie, Laurel, Stan and I got on the bus at 6:30am. We huddled around in the wind for about a half hour before the race started. We had horrible strong head winds the whole way, which made the race really difficult. I enjoyed running thru the desert, but hated the wind, good thing it wasn't too cold.
I felt like I was working real hard, but moving like I was in slow motion, sometimes the wind would be so strong it would make my foot bump into my other foot and about trip me over.
The results have not been posted, but my garmin said 3 hours, but my distance showed 13.38, so I am hoping my time was 2:something, but whatever..... we had a great time, and I would do it again.
I enjoyed a soak in the mineral pools and a massage at Casablanca after the race, which was pure heaven. After the massage, Harold and I went for a drive with my folks and then we had dinner at some divey Mexican Resturant that turned out to be fabulous ( or maybe I was just starving to death).
We drove home Sunday morning after checking out Sun River with my parents. I want to move there when I grow up, what great place to retire.
I will post my time when they post it on the website. I would recommend this race for a fun weekend in the sun in November.
4 miles at the gym, felt pretty good, the half marathon soreness is all worked out.
burrrr.... 3 treadmill miles
3 treadmill miles
5 miles at the Olympic Oval, planned on doing more, but went alone and got bored.
I decided to stop being so wimpy about the cold and ran up to Bywater Park and back, still only 2 miles, so I guess I am still a big woose.
Ardie, Jeff and I snowshoed around the park, we had about a foot of fresh snow so it was a good work out.
In the afternoon, I did the treadmill.
4 miles in the gym
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