Saturday, July 14, 2012

We Now Return to Your Regularly Scheduled Blogging...

It has been a very awesome past week. You see, Kate and I got married:




Then we went to Quebec City for our honeymoon:



I went for one run while we were up there. Kate and I ran the fortress walls that surround Old Quebec. It was short (2.8 miles), but a lot of fun. We had to leap over cannon wells at times which provided a small element of parkour-esque fun.

GPS track of our run on the old fortress walls. 
We did a LOT of walking during our honeymoon, at least 3-5 miles a day. I also went ice skating (indoor, obviously). I was hoping that would help keep some of the rust off. Today tested that. Went for a short six mile run from the house and the legs felt pretty darn good. A little rust, but when setting out to run by feel and you end up with a progression run, that's usually a very good sign.

The Bradbury Scuffle is tomorrow. Feeling pretty good about it. However, it's going to be a hot, soupy one. That will make breaking last year's 43:46 pretty tough. 

Ran 6.3 miles @ 7:33/mile pace. 
Paved roads. 
Flat. 
Lower to mid-70s, sunny, very humid. 
Saucony Kinvara 3, shorts, short sleeved shirt. 

4 comments:

Javi D said...

Congratulations to you and Katie!!! best wishes!

Thomas said...

Congratulations! You're one lucky man.

Scout said...

Congratulations and welcome home!

Grellan said...

Congratulations Jamie to you and Katie.