nature morte, fin d'un repas ;)
Congratulations on making better food choices. The rewards will be great!
I'm trying the same thing with my snacks, Jim. My success rate is not too high some days.About your comment, staying up at Mt. Hood all day, I forgot to mention that the next morning relay teams started the event called Hood to Coast--they ran from Mt. Hood to Seaside. It's 200 miles with 36 legs of different lengths, varying from 3.5 miles to 7.8 miles, the terrain ranges from flat to steep hills. Each runner may total between 13.6 miles and 19.7 miles. Teams must complete the course within a 31-hour limit. It begins on the Friday morning of the weekend before Labor Day weekend, between 3:30 a.m. and 6:45 p.m., staggered with about 20 teams every 15 minutes. The slower teams start earlier than the faster teams, based on self-reported 10K times for each team member. It officially ends at 9 p.m. Saturday.
wow! lynette's run sounds kinda fun! eating healthy isn't too bad, once you're committed... fun trying different foods too =)
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