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.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Spring in Teton Valley, Idaho

Snowmobiler going up to Spring Creek while I was coming down.
Multi use at its best.
I don't have much to say.  I'm under trained for next weekend's race in Pocatello.  I don't really care.  I'll go and enjoy being in a warmer place.  Turns out I might have tendinitis from my ankle sprain.  If I go to physical therapy when I'm supposed to and ignore it the rest of the time, it will eventually go away, right?

Although I miss Allison and Meara terribly...still...I'm still TRYING to get outside and run on snow and mud.

Below are some pictures I've been collecting for the last few weeks. 

Spring on Aspen Trail

John's tractor has seen better days

Ugh!!!  Will this ever end?  I can't wait to move to Florida!

Moose in Horseshoe Canyon.  Much better to see this gal on the road from my car than on the trail when I was by myself.

The horses seem to like standing on the big pile of poo.

New baby resting on the new grass.

An amazing sunrise behind the Grand Teton.

Snow and ice on the way up to Targhee.

Is this a domestic bunny?  

A different Teton sunrise.

Same barn as usual.  I like it.

My favorite horses at work.  They love any attention they can get.  I pretend they love me in particular.


Pip said...

All that snow! Florida will be great seeing as you love the heat. Probably too humid for me. I had a great trail run event out in a Wellington forest park today - around 12k with a gnarly 40 minute climb at the start and some very technical downhill. Took heaps of Hydrocortisone so bounced along nicely. The extra Synthyroid is stating to kick in too I think.

Unknown said...

Go Pip go! I'm glad you're finally taking enough meds so you can function well!!

:) Dusty