It's been five days since returning from Tucson and I'm suffering with camp withdrawal. I'm missing the 6:10am morning coffee run, and the trails that we'd explore soon afterwards. I'm missing the peanut butter moo'd Jamba shake and the goombas. It was great having the time to pedal away for 5+ hours in weather requiring nothing but a jersey and shorts. I miss relaxing at dinner, throwing back some good food, a beer, and fun conversation in a rewardingly tired state. The positive is that I'm planning for the CT camp which will take place in May: http://www.hodskacamps.com/connecticut2009.html
I've kept things pretty easy this week training wise, making sure I recover from the big training of last week. I have to admit, I am feeling a bit fatigued. Although that could also have to do with the fact that two nights ago, Lisa and I watched three episodes of 24 back to back to back. The lesson here is that if you have a few episodes of 24 tivo'd, make sure you block off the time to watch them all, because once you start, ...
I registered for the Providence, RI 70.3 race this week. It feels good to put a goal out there.
That's all for now. I'll try to be more in depth and philosophical next time. As they say back here in CT, Las huevos arroz con playa dirty gringos!