Ask my friends, I am a planner. I like to know what we are doing, when we are going, and how we are going to get there. I do have friends that prefer to PIBE, but I'm not one of them. I love having a plan.
I have a bunch of running friends that are going to go run this race:
Then there was talk of maybe doing this race:
I am a big fan of the Rock n Roll race series, but it doesn't look like this is going to work out.
So then there is this race:last year. Plus we got to watch this guy come to the finish line with a police escort. I still totally love that we got to watch that.
We are definitely planning a trip back to Fort Worth, but I wasn't planning on running the full there, the half was such a great race last year. Now I am undecided.
Here's my dilemma. I am registered for the full right now for the OKC Memorial Marathon. This race scores high marks for being able to defer my registration earlier this year because of my injury. I just really don't want to run the full in OKC again. I'd be happy with running the half. I really want to run a marathon before then and run the half instead.
I just seem to be having a hard time finding a race that I really want to run. Really, you can only do so many 20 mile training runs before you have to sign up for something, right? *sigh* I am trying to find my plan, but I have not had any luck yet.
Oh yeah, and then there is this race.
I do plan on going back to this race if it all works out. It was fun last year, except for the whole breakdown after the start because I had to take the train to the finish line.
I would LOVE to run this race.
Who wouldn't want to run a race that had this kind of press?
Eugene Marathon a Runner's World 'Best of the Best'
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That one's going on the Bucket List for sure. Then there's the possibility of this race happening. Ragnar where it all began? Sign me up.
Still, I have no real plan. Just some possibilities on the horizon and it's driving me nuts. 20 mile training run with my awesome friends that are running Disney? I'm in. I just need a reason to make others run 20 mile training runs for fun with me too.