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So it’s a new beginning

The beginning of a new training week…

We are all getting back into the swing of having a nice holiday weekend!  I hope that all of you enjoyed great times, company, and food over the holiday and traveled safe back and forth.  I normally do not like to travel at all over the holidays. Period! That is because people are crazy!! I don’t like the traffic, the crowds, and stress that goes along with this time of year.  With that said, my family and I just enjoyed a wonderful holiday weekend away from home.  We live in Northern Nevada where it is nice and crisp this time of year.  The storms can brush on through but lately it’s been pretty calm.  We decided to spend Thanksgiving with family in the Bay area in California.  In suburbia outside of San Francisco, we enjoyed good times, family and food.  Oh yes, and of course a good run!!

Any opportunity for a selfie on a beautiful run!

Any opportunity for a selfie on a beautiful run!

Going for a run with the hubby on a "rough" trail.  Uneven pavement is more like it.

Going for a run with the hubby on a “rough” trail. Uneven pavement is more like it!

With 7 miles under our belt in 70’s degree weather, I’d say we earned every kibble of that Thanksgiving dinner!!

After Thanksgiving we decided to spend Black Friday doing what any sane runner would do when in San Francisco…run the Golden Gate Bridge!

Such a neat view looking up and seeing that!

Such a neat view looking up and seeing that!

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Just a couple of runners hanging out on a beautiful day in SF!

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Watch your speed…don’t want to run too fast!

So it’s back to home we travel and guess what?  The weather this week will be in the highs 30 and lows…wait for it…wait for it…pick any single digit from zero up to 9 degrees.  Yah, I want to go back to sunny and warm please!

How did you spend your holiday weekend?  Did you do a Turkey Trot Race?  Or couch surf?

Here’s to a great training week ahead!

RTM

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