(Shirt, pants) 11.11 miles @ 8:14 pace w/ 764 ft of climbing.  I am trying to get back into trail shape to do some fun ones this summer. The sinkhole is still there… right in the bike lane!  I do not want somebody falling on this like I did… I still feel too lucky that … Continue Reading

(shorts, top, shoes) Ten miles @ 7:56 pace on Saturday… I was going to add some speed and then made the executive decision I didn’t want to, so I just ran. We are back home now! We were in Bluff, Utah, which is in the southeast corner of Utah. For spring break, we wanted to … Continue Reading

Burritos and French toast for breakfast. Goosenecks State Park is unreal. We couldn’t believe it. Mexican Hat, Utah. Monument Valley!!! Sadly, it was so windy (hard to avoid getting sand in our eyes!!!) that we couldn’t do all of our plans there but it was still stunning to see.  I didn’t get my Forest Gump … Continue Reading

I was very relieved when I woke up in the morning and got out of bed that nothing was injured.  When I was going to bed I was worried that overnight my knee would swell up big or something from my fall but it didn’t. 6.4 miles @ 8:15 pace in the desert. And then … Continue Reading

First came shock, then came ugly crying on the side of the road for 5 minutes. We were doing a one mile speed interval, and we were at a 5:45 pace.  I was directly behind my friends, and before we realized it, there was a sinkhole (I wish the picture would do it justice because … Continue Reading

(Shirt, pants) Lauren is getting me out on the hills again. There is a road that we used to run, and it starts at the very base by the river and then climbs up 350ft in one mile. The burn you experience on this hill deserves a reward, and usually, that reward is the cars … Continue Reading

A 12-mile run + some strength training—> I’m front-loading this week because I’m not sure how much I’ll be running later this week! When Andrew got out weights to strength train, Brooke wanted to join in, too… And then we were off for the day… The broken leg didn’t teach him much a few months … Continue Reading