Extra special thanks to jlynnbob who gave me that great massage in the wee hours of the morning. I fell earlier in the day and my back was tweaked. It was so bad I couldn't carry my handheld flashlight.
Also Andy Kumeda who sent me some positive texts and let me vent since I didn't have a pacer at 1am, thanks for listening. And my niece Tiffany who always calls at the oddest times and can talk my ear off. I am growing fonder these days of using my cell phone as my pacer, and life line in 100's. I just call a friend when I'm having issues during a race.
3 RR 100's down 2 more to go so I
can get one of those cool 500 miler jackets. Also congrats. are in order for my friend Jerry Roninger at 62 years young he ran his first 100 miler under 28 hours. Just goes to show your never to old to run 100 miles.
Me at the finish. Right when I crossed the finishline I saw this volunteer with a crossfit jacket on so of course us fellow crossfitters gotta talk about WODS.
Joe the RD and me. Thanks Joe for putting on a great event.
The glazed over look of a happy hundred mile finisher.
Yep, it's the next day after Rocky Raccoon 100 and I gotta get my crossfit on. My feet and legs are trashed, so I am doing the sub rope climbs.
Yep, me doing double unders. I can do 8 in a row now...WOO HOO...
All is evolution, all is cyclical, therefore endings lead to new beginnings. You cannot begin without an end. If you cannot let go of the past then the past constantly recreates itself. Look now to the future and the paths to your goals will again become clear. Obstacles or limitations will be surmounted and lost or forgotten opportunities will again be presented. Success is now within your grasp but realise that to maximise that success new ways, or new methods, could make life so much easier. © Stephen Haynes