I couldn’t resist the cheesy, old joke. I got back from Europe today after my month long trip and vacation. I saw some amazingly beautiful sites during my trip and have a whole new appreciation for the natural beauty of open fields and mountains.
I anticipate that I’ll need a day or two to get my body clock adjusted and then I’ll hit the roads again. It was in the 60s in Europe but it’s in the 80s and 90s in New Hampshire, so I’ll have to be more strategic in my scheduling. The good news is that I don’t have class until the end of August, so I can afford to run early or late or both. Since I’m now training for 48 Miles in 48 Hours, I need to get to the multiple per day runs.
Welcome home! Glad you have some time to adjust after being gone so long and prepare for your 48 in 48. BTW, did you ever figure out what was causing your knee pain earlier this year?
Welcome back! Glad you got home safely.
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