MM#209 / JapanJoyful#803
maybe someday he can have side-by-sides with M-dot too.
Happy Labor Day runners, racers, and all who wish they were running.
With the six hour circuit of the Skyline Trail between Paradise Lodge at 5,400 feet and the start of permanent snowfields where Pebble Creek emerges at 8,000 feet, it's the Pacific Northwest's equivalent of the day trek up Mt. Fuji I did on Wednesday. Rare rose-colored-glasses Labor Day weekend made it worth missing the opening of the fall running season at a favorite local Labor Day half mary. Hope everyone else makes it up with their runs and races.
Paradise Flower Meadows, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington ...
just seein' if being in shape from winter ski racing in those days was good enough to run annual marathons
since 1977 and triathlons of all distances to IM since 1978 without that much, if any, training. Yippee, it was.