Buckling down for more of these buckles.
I've decided to do the Big Horn 100 in June. The Swan Crest 100 in late July and either the Grand Teton 100 or the Bear 100 in September.
I've walked a mile a day minimum, every day for 72 days now (thanks Steve Tursi for the inspiration to streak again!!). By the way, walking a mile a day is a challenge that I encourage everyone to try. In addition to the mile a day, I've been walking and doing a little running. I've had several 50 mile weeks and a 26.2 mile day in the last 2 months! Right after the 26.2 mile day, I felt some (possibly misplaced) confidence that inspired me to sign up for Big Horn about a month ago.
Last week, I realized that Big Horn was 2 months away and decided I need to buckle down on my training. I need to start running more and walking less.
Here are some pictures from my outdoor training.
Running is never boring in Idaho and Wyoming, look what I found on the side of the highway an air gun.
Still lots of snow at the top of Teton Pass
I needed to use the restroom but it was a little inaccessible
Snow is melting!
I love this sign
My super fun friend Meara and I tackled the Aspen Trail today. We are definitely optimistic people because we kept thinking the farther we went on the trail, that there would be less snow. No dice. Lots of snow for over four miles! We took the road back around to the car.
Meara is standing in the spot of trail with no snow.