Dia De Los Muertos 5K

My 74th race of 2017 was the Day of the Dead 5K. Held on Oct 28 at 5 PM at a local San Antonio Park. There was also a 10K. We had a cool front come in, so it was relatively cool, nice. Even so, the 10K route was right into the sun and they had a few hills. We 5K folks had a pretty flat course and shade along the way. I ended up with 33 minutes and change and got 2nd in my age group. I think we were the only two in our age group, lol, because the age group was 60 – 99.

After the event, there was a costume contest, some door prizes, and also lots of goodies like Kiolbassa Sausage and Alamo Beer – my favorite locally brewed beer. Mucho thanks to all the volunteers, sponsors, timers, etc. all the folks that made this one happen for us.

Link to the photos

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10155901350527082.1073741835.592077081&type=1&l=5175c3af9f

 

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2 Responses to Dia De Los Muertos 5K

  1. John says:

    What’s with the shorter version of your analysis of the run? Use to be more in depth

    • It is because of that darn Photobucket. I usually post all my photos onto my reports from Photobucket and then put each of the photos in an appropriate place in the report. However, Photobucket now charges for “3rd party hosting” and sometimes not all of the images can be copied to another site, which really sucks. So for now I am just using the link for my ‘public albums’ so everyone can at least see the photos. Soon as I find a good site that will allow me to share the photos on other sites, then I will go back to the old format, but it might be a while. Until then, I am using this shorter format.

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