Blog changes

Thanks to everyone who followed Training Because I Can! over the last nine years. This blog started with Addison's Disease, hypothyroidism and a crazy idea of doing an Ironman distance triathlon. My life has changed and so has this blog. I am using this blog strictly for Addison's Support topics from here on out. I hope to continue providing people with hints for living life well with adrenal insufficiency.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Lots of pictures from the last week

I left for Denver on Thursday last week. The drive took about 9.5 hours and I did it by myself. I stayed with my sister and we had a nice time. I ran in Boulder on Friday. I worked VeloSwap Friday night and Saturday all day. In addition, I had some awesome food throughout the week! Sunday I met with Alison, my college running partner. We ran (OK, we walked because I was worn out and unable to run, she's too fast) and I met her family. Then I shopped and hung out a tiny bit at my sister's house. Monday I went and saw Dr. David Tanner, DO (Creekside Physical Medicine - Boulder, CO) for my migraines and I shopped some more! I left Tuesday morning very early. Basically, I burned the candle at both ends. I had to stop twice to sleep, upped my hydrocortisone, came home and fell asleep well before 9 pm. The Addison's got the best of me on Tuesday during the ride home. It was the longest drive ever.

The trip was awesome and well worth the drive.

Sunrise from Teton Pass. Jackson, Wyoming

Wind River Range, Pinedale, WY

Sinclair refinery. Sinclair, Wyoming

Turbines near Rawlins, Wyoming

The Flatirons. Chautaqua Park, Boulder, Colorado

A trail in Chautauqa. Very different from what I'm used to! Beautiful!

Rocky Mountain National Park from Chautaqua Park

Hanging out with Alison. Know a good vet? These pythons are sick!

My sister, Nicci, partying down with Miller Lite and Sousa tequila. OK, the tequila is mine.

A man wearng boxers and only boxers walking down a Boulder street.

My son's friend Aaron. Returning from a hunting trip.

Zane returing from his hunting.

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