I stopped in the middle of a looooong hill climb to take this picture, for you, to enjoy the
gorgeous scenery that today had to offer me on my ride. You're welcome :)
After a ridiculously busy and stressful work week, added with completing my board duties for our triathlon meeting, I needed to get out and get some serious training in the bank. I wanted the weekend to be made up of training, eating and sleeping. A bit of fun was thrown in too, with some great friends, for good measure. But basically, I left work on Friday and scheduled my weekend around my training goals.
Friday = an hour run to the pool, alone, in the sunshine + 1.5 hours in the pool completing sets of 500's for lots of much-needed focus on my technique
Saturday = 2 + hours riding my new tt bike on the northern prairie of Spokane, alone, sun & greenery all around
Sunday = 2 + hours riding my bike again + 30 minutes transition run, alone, another amazingly sunny-licious day
It is during the time I am going solo that I am completely grateful for my life. For the greatness that is running and swimming and riding and just being able to do what I love to do. For having the kind of people in my life that either understand or relate to this journey.