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Sunday mornings well spent
Cause everyone goes swimming at 9pm right?
This heat wave has been rough 95-100 lately! 90’s are pretty normal for the Summer here in Idaho, but geez!! A few degrees can make a huge difference this preggo!
Gotta run this toddler out somehow. Taken yesterday. Wish I had my camera 📷 Just more Idaho beauty 🌅
Picture from the day before Ragnar Vermont kicked off and checking out the trails.
The mist was drifting across the lake in ethereal columns, it could have been ghostly, hunched benign spirits.
Taking off from pdx this morning to enjoy some summer fun in Southern California!
Summited Skyscraper Peak at Mt Rainier yesterday! Great weather and great company. 10/10. Saw mountain goats too! Great tip: get into the park early, beat feet 👣on your hike and hustle down 🏃🏽♀️before the tourist crowd hits it’s peak by mid afternoon.
Ragnar Vermont before the rain.
Wise women once said don’t got chasing waterfalls. Stick to the river and lakes that you are used to. This was scenic the first time I passed it at Ragnar Vermont. 9 hours later when I passed it the rain was coming hard and the water was close to running up on the bridge.
I would like to think I have the same feeling Fridays at 3pm. Picture is of Justin finishing the final leg of Ragnar Vermont.
Support crew at Ragnar Vermont
Mandatory fist bump to power up before another leg of Ragnar Vermont.
Justin wrapping up Ragnar Vermont.
The great thing about endurance races is they let you know what you are made of. The Instagram photos make it look epic but the details rarely make the pictures. In this case these were my runs at midnight Saturday at Ragnar Vermont. Torrential down pours were occurring, a flash flood watch was in effect, parts of the course were washed out, and the parts that remained were caked in mud. Running at night can be challenging, but when the fog moved in it’s a new element to deal with. Goretex can only keep your feet dry for so long. These two loops, which are about 12 miles, took over 4 hours. For perspective I’ve run marathons (26.2 miles) in the same amount of time. I embraced the challenges, felt blessed for the opportunity to take them on, and had a great experience.
I would love to tell you that this was a deep strategy session on how to beat tackle the wet trails of Ragnar Vermont.
That’s a wrap Vermont. Thanks for hosting Ragnar.
Quick update from Ragnar Vermont. Mother Nature is one tough mother. Folks can send out multiple runners if they choose as the rain continues to come down. We are wrapping up our 6th loop of the course and calling it a day. We will still be considered finishers and have around 90 miles. My easiest runs were the last ones that I’ll miss, BUT I am proud to say I ended up with 26.2 miles in Vermont. That makes 12 states and 13 marathons/ultramarathons.