Vacation comes to a close. Time to head back home and return to normal life. As far as my training load goes it would not be a stretch to call it a heavy week. Totals on the week are as follows: Sunday-Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; running: just shy of 30 miles. Biking 105 miles. No injuries, no pain, no problems at all. Good times I tell you. I came down here expecting to bang out some good numbers and I didn't disappoint myself.
Today was our last full day here in LI and I awoke to a grey and cloudy day which was surprisingly a bit warm. For the last day here I decided to mix it up a bit and do something I haven't done before: a brick. So as a light rain began to fall I jumped on my bike and began to peddle my way to a 20 mile ride. I felt bad getting her wet and sandy but she didn't let me down.
I arrived back at the house, stowed the bike and ran upstairs to get changed into my running shoes where I found my daughter had once again molested my computer and ripped off the last remaining ctrl key. So please excuse the lack of copying and pasting. Also, the shift key is now wonky so ignoring any capitilization mistakes. After a stern talking to aimed at her I was back on the road. And my quads were tired. But I soldiered on and soon the legs were warmed up and rearin' to go. Mile after mile ticked off as I enjoyed my tour around historic Riverhead (ie; marveled at all of the closed store fronts) and back to the house. It was a solid run with the last 1.5 miles run at a brisk pace, just because. My first brick was a fun one, but short. Total mileage was 21 miles on the bike, 8 running. A good way to end a hard chargin' week.