I'm going to have a rather packed 6 weeks of running coming up.
Tomorrow I have the AppleFest Half-Marathon in Hollis, NH. I haven't specifically trained for it, but that won't matter. I'll just use it as a training run for the next event I have coming up two weeks later.
Two weeks from that, I have my 48 Miles in 48 Hours event. That will be a two-day event over October 18 and 19.
Then, only three weeks after that, I have the Seacost Half Marathon on November 9. That means that I'll have to stay active after my 48 Miles in 48 Hours event, which will be no easy task.
After that, well, I'm thinking my body and mind may need a break from running, at least as much as I've been doing. I'm planning to join the Y and get some swimming in over the winter. Since I'm not training for a marathon in February like I did last year, I can afford to mix things up a bit while still hitting the roads.
Wow, that schedule gives me a headache.