The mountains, Jess and running early enough that we didn’t die from the heat but it was also really light out (I do not miss running in the pitch dark winter morning) = a great way to start the day.
8.03 miles and my lungs and legs were definitely feeling it on the hills. It has been a very long time since I attempted any sort of incline or trail running and my body reminded me of that minor detail. It will definitely take a good amount of time to build back up my endurance/speed but I am excited to work hard.
Brooke’s first farmer’s market experience. The peaches. One of the absolute best parts about Utah this time of year.
There was also quite the splash pad going on while we were there.
After nap time Brooke and I crashed Candice’s family outing and went up to Salt Lake City with them. PS yes, I do make 99% of my friends through the internet and I don’t remember how I made friends before blogging.
We tried something new and took the train up north because her girls have been wanting to try it out for a very long time.
I think I will go to SLC on this every time now—> fast, super cheap, just get to hang out and relax and Brooke loved it.
It was a burger and fry kind of a day (and also part of Brooke’s macaroni and cheese.. I need to stop stealing from my child but that mac and cheese was beyond good). We went to Blue Lemon and my burger with bleu cheese and turkey bacon was just what I needed.
Trails vs. roads?! Which do you prefer?
Sweet potato fries vs. normal fries? Which one is the winner in your eyes?
Do you have a good farmer’s market near you? What do you usually buy there?