Here is where I used to document my attempts to train for marathons, ultramarathons, and triathlons. Now I just chase a toddler and a baby, and occasionally fit in a run around working and sleeping.
So, wait, did your husband run also? (I noticed at the end he has a medal). This is awesome that you put together a video! I think you've set the bar high and we're going to expect all kinds of videos now. I'm glad they had your favorite trail running foods: potatoes and salt, and Oreos. The most important question, though: Were the Oreos Double-Stuf?
Shouldn't there be more running in an "Ultra" running race? All I see is people standing around eating and drinking.
This video made my day. :)
Two thumbs up! (And I just love movies that show Fig Newtons!)
Fabulous video!I see you're keeping the secret hat trick we learned at our last aid station a secret.Okay so here's another similarity between your blog and Kara's, I mean besides you both run crazy distances: you get really funny comments by Brian :)
Oh, I forgot to mention that I was so impressed by how much stuff you & Kara brought and how prepared you were. Still can't believe how far you ran with the karaoke machine in your backpack.
I LOVE this. So freaking funny! I so want to do an ultra with you girls...you make it fun!
Thanks for commenting! Comments make me probably more happy than they should.