|Cheryl's "Never again!" expression|
Why? What would cause Cheryl to hate a race so? Simple. The 93 degree day we enjoyed while running. ( and spectating.) It does not matter that we were forced to rise up at 4:00 in the Morning. It was already hot at that time. It was simply going to be an exercise in misery.
|Popsicle Salvation in hand|
|Cheryl Oils Up.|
|The buses have arrived|
|Have a good day at School, dear.|
Cheryl oiled up with the usual sun screen spray and we both marched off to the buses. Kinda like heading back to School. Ah, those were the days. ( not really)
|Manly Heroic Me|
|As I display Spectacular Spectating.|
After sending Cheryl on her way, I jumped in the Subie and cast a long Shadow at the 5 mile mark. A Heroic Long shadow...if I do say so myself. Look how heroic I look as a shadow!
It was not long... (ok, it was long, but about as long as I expected.) Cheryl popped over hill and around the corner. She looked like she was having a tough time, now that the sun had crested thoroughly over the horizon.
|Cheryl comes in for a pit stop. She's Hot!|
|And so was the Popsicle.|
|The Heat is beginning to get to her.|
Upon her passing, I handed out the remaining ice cubes to other runners as they passed by. I was surprised people accepted...then again... it was 93 degrees and ultra sunny.
|100 meters from the finish|
|In front of the Drum Line.|
|Where did she go?|
|Silver Bullet Beer. I'll drink it .|
|Cheryl before beer.|
|Cheryl after beer.|
|Add in some BLING!|
|And some 'Tude...|
|Yo Yo Yo! Whasssup.|
The Murals changed this year. I hear that they change them every year so the artist has a constant rotating canvas to display his graffiti.
(This guy should go to Davenport and try his luck with the railroad cars.) I wanted to get an animation of Cheryl running in front of the shipping container. At least the pictures tuned out better than last year ( the camera broke on that day...lovely)
|She's got legs.|
|And knows how to use them. ( For Running, Duh!)|