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Chokecherry 2014

Saturday, September 06, 2014

Got up early to help Kiwanis to set up for their annual pancake breakfast. It was only 35 degrees when I left the house. After that was done, went to the park and it was up to 43 degrees. No wind, plenty of sunshine. Buy the time the race started it was upper 40s and when we were finished it was low 50s. Perfect running weather!!!



Didn't PR but was only one minute over my fastest time.
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  • BLESSED2BEME
    Love the shirt this year! So sorry I missed it. I hope my ankle heals so I'll be running again in the near future though.
    1381 days ago
  • JUNEPA
    I'm glad you had good weather and temperatures and a great run!!

    At the beginning of your blog, my Canadian metric brain is thinking 35, that is pretty darn hot, then I realize it is just above freezing in Farenheit, while 35 Celsius, it would be 95 Farenheit.

    Thanks for stopping by my kayaking blog.
    1410 days ago
  • 52BINCE
    were the pancakes made with chokecherries? Any way good way to keep fit!! the run n all not the pancake consumption.....I assume it was a pancake breakfast......
    1411 days ago
  • PMRUNNER
    We'll done!
    1411 days ago
  • BA5454
    Gosh, lovely running temps! And look at the swag--great medal ;-).
    1411 days ago
  • _RACHEL
    Look at you with that "Medal" hanging around your neck!!! emoticon Congratulations!
    1411 days ago
  • 2BDYNAMIC
    Sounds like a great way to start the day ............. With those pancakes! emoticon ......... J/K although I had pancakes too! .... What I mean is .......... off to a good RUNNING start ............... and btw: you look great in the picture and that park behind you looks grand! .......... emoticon
    1411 days ago
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