EXPO DAY

Today I pick up my bib and race packet. They’re holding the Expo at the Hyatt at fisherman’s Wharf. Its kind of a hassle having to go down to the wharf the day before the race but, it also gives me a chance to see how many people have signed up and to scope out some parking for tomorrow morning. The Expo is designed to get you all jazzed up.. Put you in the competitive spirit (and buying spirit) . Ive only been to one other pre-race Expo and that one was huge. There were hundreds of vendors selling everything imaginable for runners. Im not sure that this Expo will be that large..We’ll see.

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