Slow Recovery

Two days since the race and I’m still sore as hell. Oh well, that’s the price you pay! Oddly enough, I cant wait until the next one. Haven t decided which one yet but, It wont be until March or April of 2006. I need at least a 4 month break. I contacted the USHALF race director and via email to make sure they don’t forget about the medals. It makes me kind of uneasy when a business entity or large organization has no phone number or physical address. Hopefully, they have the integrity to make things right for everyone involved.

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