El Burro Blanco

December 06, 2019

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Location:

St. George,Ut,USA

Member Since:

May 21, 2007

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:

15:28 5K, 31:25 10K, 1:07:11 Half-Marathon, 2:21:45 Marathon, 2008 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials - DNF = bummer!, 50k - 3:59:03, 50 mile - 7:56:00

Short-Term Running Goals:

Sub 1:10 half by the summer.

Long-Term Running Goals:

Enjoy running and fight off heart disease or diabetes that has been passed on for many generations. Try and break the cycle.

Personal:

I am currently 36 years old and married to my beautiful wife, Katey. We have a 8 year old girl, Norah, a 6 year old boy, Oliver, and a 2 year old girl, Myla, who are wonderful. I am a Learning Coach and Student Council Advisor at Desert Hills High in St. George, Utah. I also coach the cross country and track teams at Desert Hills High.

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 1403.95
Saucony Type A (2) Lifetime Miles: 63.00
Hoka Bondi Red Lifetime Miles: 67.50
Brooks GT-2000 Trail Lifetime Miles: 179.25
Hoka Cavu Lifetime Miles: 144.25
Adidas Boston Lifetime Miles: 129.35
Hoka Rincon Lifetime Miles: 221.60
Brooks Launch Gray Lifetime Miles: 159.15
Total Distance
13.10

Short day at work today so I went for a nice half marathon run.  The rain was coming down pretty good and the wind was a little chilly as well.  I ran around the high school and kept it pretty easy today.  I didn't enjoy the rain too much but that is life.  I survived and am able to talk about it.  I got drenched driving the scooter home though.  Rainy days make me really not want to have a scooter.

On a side note about the beauty of owning a scooter, I went to Flying J to get gas just like everyone else.  I had $2 in my wallet and went in to pay the clerk.  She said I have to at least pay $4 or I can't fill up.  I told her I have never heard that "law" before and on lighter terms, it would probably cost less than $2 to fill up.  They finally let me pay for my gas but said to only put $2 in.  I ended up topping off my tank at $1.95!  I love my scooter when I fill up for gas.  Keep the change folks!  The drive home was still wet though.

Saucony Guide Miles: 13.10
Comments
From Jon on Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 10:08:50

Have a very Happy Thanksgiving and be sure to eat lots of food, Logan!

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