April-69 miles (Injured ribs April 17th)
June-79 miles (sore achillies all month)
So July is off to a good start, I'm hoping for 250+ miles.
Some photos, a few from The Girl and me in Prince Edward Island. We were checking out the University there in Charlottetown. Only 4500 students. Cool.
|The University of PEI|
|Crabby's is Famous|
|First Lobster of the trip. Very good. Last day of lobster fishing was June 30th.|
|The Girl is camera shy.|
|Stoopid Jellyfish. They sting and are impossible to avoid if you're swimming.|
|The best mussels on the trip, from this little crab shack on a dock.|
|The owner's dog, mooching mussels.|
|Greenwich Beach, PEI.|
|Last day of lobstering meant the traps were piled high on the docks.|
|A lobster boat with a cool name.|
|These are large sand dunes|
|A Razor Clam spurts water|
|Best Burger. Hunter's's Ale House. Triple 7 ounce patties.Huge.|
|That's the best I could do. I did finish that huge beer though.|
|As we flew home, we got a photo of the Confederation Bridge, which connects PEI to New Brunswick.|
So I guess what I'm saying is that perhaps July/August isn't the best time for me to attempt the 30 day challenge, as copious amounts of beer are definitely not allowed. Maybe I'll try it again in January/February. So I'm out for now. I did last two whole days though, which is pretty good for me.
Back to 80/20%. I know, I'm weak.
|Aerial shot of the Pylons.Alphabetically, we had Beaver, Captain, Crumbs, Cyrus, Digger, Eddie, Graham, Ladies Man, Phantom, Pointer, Ray and Swiss.|
The pain. Very sore the next morning. No gold star on this day.
|The Pylons were going so fast, I only got this one pitcher. Crumbs is asking Beaver to please try and keep up...........|
So the training for Eddie, Captain, Ray and me goes on for our next race. Right now, I gotta hit the shower after just doing a tough 3 hour run with Phantom and Dora (who brought me beer from her running trip to Alaska).
She is tapering for the very tough Fat Dog 100 in two weeks. Go get 'em Dora!