Best wishes, Ribs.
KS, if I was at 2:15 I'd be at 4:50 for the mile, and over in Detroit racing.
Am 11 miles without a watch, 5 with Bill, 71F and 74% humidity.
Fred - bet I'm not far off on that time
Rich - I believe you're probably me equal when it comes to being hard headed Wearing yourself out w/ 3 races in 3 weeks and still trying to train thur it? No wonder you feel ill.
Ribs surgery began at 8:45 this morning according to his wife (the saint) and Rose who is reporting to us.
5.75 soggy ez miles this morning. More tonight.
ksrunr, thanks for the updates on Ribs, he's in good hands from the sounds.
And yeah, no-one's ever accused me of being too bright, maybe one of these days I'll learn my lesson.
No running for me today...
Enjoy life, this ain't a rehearsal...
They have put in a "porcine" valve. Actually did 3 bypasses instead of the 2 planned. Dr. said it went well and now it is up to him to work at his recovery.
When I raced at Trenton, Michigan in the 80's they had all these guys racing who had had heart attacks and
Friday - 15 @ around 7:40, ( 4 with Bill ), 71F and 78%