Finally someone made an announcement that we were all going to walk to the starting line together. We finally got to a super narrow path. I didn't hear the official start but Shanna and I finally saw a tiny sign on the side of the trail that said start. Um...yeah, this should have been better marked.
Being a small race there was no chip timing or waves, it was just a go for it kind of race. Unfortunately since we didn't get right up in front, we got stuck in a huge crowd of people which didn't break up for a couple miles. At this point I decided you know what, I'm going to run with Shanna and just enjoy the scenery.
I enjoyed the scenery right up until we ran by a dairy from about mile 6-8. It stunk! Check out the cows.
Not how I pictured an organic farm either. Josh was on his bike doing a great job being our personal papparazi.
Yep, I rocked green KT Tape. Around mile 9 I decided I just needed to pick up the pace a bit. I speed up a little bit to just hurry and finish. I was getting hot and it was the longest I had run since Nashville back in April. This goes down as my slowest half on record but it was fun and nice running with Shanna. Plus how could I not enjoy a 70 degree day in November?
Time: 2:25 Distace: 13.14 miles Avg. Pace: 11:02...yikes I know.