|Cheryl doing a Crazy, Angry, Mad, Dash for MadTown|
|Foggy Morning in Iowa|
|Makes for Fun Driving.|
|Not a lot of People|
|Cheryl is next in Line.|
|Cheryl shows off her personalized bib.|
Cheryl picked up her packet and we milled around for a sec, enjoying the lack of people bumping into us.
|Do I need another Hoodie?|
A few Photo Ops. Cheryl trying on clothes.
|Cheryl says her Name should be here.|
|If only she could reach.|
Looking information about the race that we might have to know tomorrow. Looks like a fairly standard race.
|Something was telling us our next move|
|Time to go shopping.|
|Finding the right Beer.|
|Checking out our HUGE room|
|And trying on the Race Shirt.|
|Pizza hut to the Rescue!|
|This Crust Yum!|
This reminds me of the HUGE Cottonwood tree we had in our yard back (in Michigan) when I was in grade school. The neighbors hated it because the cotton would clog their pool's filter. It was a sad day when Dad took it down. My mother hated having a tree that large between the garage and house. Mom got her way and Dad was forced to take it down. I doubt that made the neighbors like us any better.
So back in our room now, Sampling the beer and gearing up for tomorrow. Cheryl is hoping to have a "good" run, meaning she is hoping to get a PR. If the weather holds up ( cool, maybe a little rain....Low humidity) maybe she might actually pull it off. We shall see. In the mean time, I'm sampling Scuttlebutt Tripel Seven Belgian Style Ale. A wonderful "wet dish towel" flavor to it. I'll be sipping this one while I retire for the remainder of the evening. Thanks for stopping in!