REFLECTIONS FROM A ’47 ROADSTER

Posted: May 19, 2015 by coachwestbrook in Daily Runs & Reflections
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MAY 19, 2015 (TUESDAY)

I’m in Dahlonega, Georgia the night before the Peach State 300 starts on its way to Tybee Island, Georgia.  I’ve ran one mile the last two days as tapering.  I’m always astonished (and slightly perplexed) about why I feel so uncoordinated and unconditioned in the last few days of tapering down the mileage.  Anyway…so it goes.  The race starts Wednesday morning at 7:00.  If you never hear from me again, I have been eradicated from the human population on planet Earth…died somewhere on a Georgia backroad.

Comments
  1. smrtnsasy says:

    Nice thought, Dad…really. I will find you on the side of the road somwehere.

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