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.

Friday, August 17, 2012

Vol State, signs

Super boring.  This post is for me!

Leaving KY, entering TN

Opposite side of sign above.

Shannon, Jay and I get to the sign at the same time.

Martin, Mile 29

Dresden, Mile 42

Gleason, Mile 48

McKenzie, Mile57
Huntingdon, Mile 67

I liked this sign because I used to run on WY Hwy 22

Clarksburg Mile ?
Parker's Crossroads, Mile 82

Lexington, Mile 92

Parsons, Mile 107

Tennessee River, Mile 114

Linden, Mile 125

Leaving Linden, Mile 128

Hohenwald, Mile 143

Hampshire, Mile 161

Cross Bridges, Mile 167

Columbia, Mile 175

Culleoka, Mile 188

Lewisburg, Mile 200

After Lewisburg

Shelbyville, Mile 223

Wartrace, Mile 232.  I did the stretch from 227 - 232 for Bonnie who has had hip replacements and can't see well.  She started walking, lost weight and has changed her life!  She will be doing a 24 hour race soon!! Go Bonnie, GO!

Whispering Oaks Campground was AWESOME.  They gave me lunch and offered me beer!

Manchester, Mile 243

Pelham, awesome cafe, Harry and Ollies, mile 267

Mtn. View, mile 270 ish?

Monteagle, Mile 274

Tracy City, mile 280.  From here to Kimball were, hands down, the worst stretch of road in the entire race

Jasper, Mile 296

Kimball, Mile 300

South Pittsburg, Mile 304ish

New Hope, Mile 305

Turning up Sand Mountain, Mile 307

Going into Alabama!  Mile 308

Last turn on pavement before the corn field, Mile 311?


Anonymous said...

Great job D, love the pictures...always tells a better story when I can see what was going on thru your eyes.
does this feel like a lifetime ago?

Unknown said...

Is this Molly? This will be you in 10 years. Ha, ha! Yes, it feels like a lifetime ago!!! I still don't want to run!