The morning started well. We were running fast and running most of the hills. We left the park on the north end and ran toward Afton, adding 5 miles to the park trails. On the return to the park, we realized that we were not going to be able to run 26.2 today. Instead...
20 miles; 3:44.00; 10.50 pace. On the bright side, it was one of the faster runs that we've done recently.
On a side note: I carry our FAMILY's digital camera in a Tinbuktu velcro carrying case attached to my Camelbak on a front strap. It's very handy. See something neat or photo-worthy (like a full-size pirate ship in a front yard waiting to be restored) and... reach up, open the velcro, slide out the camera and bingo - a wonderful photo to chronicle an unusual sighting during a run.
Today, when I arrived home, I loaded all my icky clothes and running items in the washing machine as I regularly do. When they were done, Marty pointed out the pile of wet items so I could hang them as I regularly do. As I hung the Camelbak on the line, I thought it strange that I should be drying the camera case...and yes, the camera inside it!
So, no photos on this blog for awhile.