12.23 miles @ 9:05 average, with part of those miles on trails and the rest on roads. Those 12.23 miles were some of my hardest miles ever. I don’t know what my deal was, but I was happy to stop when we were done.
I am extremely grateful for stores that let us come in and get water. This station saved us.
Skye was pleased I had a roly poly on my tank when I finished.
Sarah was in town from Switzerland, so I snuck in some with her. Andrew and I have officially decided we are taking the whole family there next summer for two weeks. Sarah will help us see the best of the best while we are there.
We went to Greek-n-Go, and I officially ranked their sweet potato fries as the best in Utah. I’m open to peacefully debating this in the comments, but I will stand by this decision.
And because I still needed a bit more salt… these were present on our porch date.
Now for some tangents.
*Curly (my niece) eats Ramen Noodles without cooking them and dips them into the seasoning?! Andrew told me he did the same thing as a teenager. Is this normal?
*She and Beck communicate purely through facial expressions.
*We have been dressing a lot alike lately.
*At my last half-marathon, a man was wearing these shoes for the 13.1 miles, and I was very impressed!
*Still my #1 favorite way to prevent chafing. It works like magic.
*I don’t remember the last time I ate a banana without being asked for the sticker on the peel. I will really miss this when they are all teenagers.
PS which is the perfect banana?
Give me a tangent today!
Who has an August birthday, race, or anniversary?
Ever gone for a run in anything other than the traditional running shoes?
-I used to run in the Vibrams 5-finger shoes a few times a week!