|Mik brought over heffer-hats!|
Mik and Kat decided to run down to Seaport Village and back (very ambitious of them), Betty, Elsie and I decided to head over to Balboa Park.
Balboa Park is always a fabulous and interesting place to run...lots of diversions along the way. This morning the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) was having a run/walk, so there were about a thousand people milling about the north end of the park waiting for the event to start. Apparently their event was supposed to start at 8:30, which gave us a good goal...get out of the park before all 1000 of the runners/walkers were on the paths.
We ran a couple loops of the main roads, then as we were headed back over the Laurel Street Bridge, one of the people who was directing traffic joked that we'd better get going because there were a bunch of walkers coming our way.
|You can't see 'em, but there are about 1000 people behind Betty and me|
|Pretty...yep there were some confused runners when I stopped to take a photo....I think some thought I was leading the parade...|
Anyway, after last weeks "sprint," we took it easy this morning. Here are my stats: 7:37 miles/1:27/11:44 pace
Like I said...a really easy run, besides we had to get back to La Casita for mimosas and heffer-hats
|Aren't the hats fabulous...we are trying to figure out in which race they should make their debut...it'd have to be short race, because in addition to being HAWT, the hats are HOT.|
|Moooooooooooooo (of course)|
|Kat...our photographer :-)|