Feels real good to be out running around with the Brookers again. Self-Timer-Head-Cutoff-Fail.
After I picked her up we went straight to a park before leaving for the airport.
That California breeze/temperature/feeling is sure a good one.
We had dinner at the airport and these tacos were surprisingly really good. Airport food success and Brooke and I were able to have a great discussion over some delicious guacamole.
I also ate her cheeks for pretty much the entire day.
Oh and we made sure to pick up some of our favorite California donuts because it’s tradition.
I have some more pictures (my good friend took these pictures) from Saturday that I wanted to share with you from my day in San Francisco:) We crammed in a lot in one day and saw so so so much! (ps it sure is nice that my ex lives somewhere cool because I’ll be going there a lot over the years;).
Our first food stop after seeing Ocean Beach was Devil’s Teeth in the Outer Sunset. Everything inside looked absolutely amazing (especially the pb cookies) and we ordered the strawberry muffins and the Special Breakfast Sandwich. They told us it would be a 45 minute wait for our sandwich and I couldn’t believe people waited that long until I tried it….
Worth the wait. Avocado, amazing biscuit, eggs, bacon, and who knows what else was stuffed in there—> it was amazing.
After that we drove up the coast to Sutra Baths and Caves.
So ridiculously beautiful and I can’t wait to take Brooke here.
Next on the list—> we drove across the Golden Gate Bridge and took a bunch of pictures at the viewpoint. Megan and I FaceTime a little too much but I just get so excited to show her things..
Next stop—> Marin Headlands and we hiked around abandoned military bunkers. I made a short little video about this part… It is random (and most of it is sped up) and short but it was the drive to the headlands and exploring (THOSE CLIFFS THOUGH!?!?) PPS at the end it looks like our feet are dangling over the edge but we are on a building with the ground right below us (mom, don’t worry).
After that we drove to the Palace of Fine Arts followed by Lombard St. We explored Chinatown and tried out Red Bean Buns (different than anything I have had before…) and finished off with some time in Mission for SUPER Burritos at El Farolito and then Dolores Park.
It was a blast and I sure love that city!
Last week’s running!!!
Monday: 8 miles @ 7:55
Tuesday: 10 miles @ 7:48
Wednesday: 8 miles @ 8:10 pace
Thursday: 14 miles @ 7:52
Friday: 7 miles @ 8:34
Saturday: 8 miles @ 7:53
55 miles total and the first week in a long time with more miles outside than inside!
What was your best run last week? Hardest run?
Are you more of a beach person or mountains person?
Favorite city to visit? Favorite city to race in?
When you go out to breakfast do you usually order sweet or savory items?