Workouts and the Weekend

This morning I ran 3 miles around my neighborhood and looked what I almost stepped on going out the back door.

Turtle

Yesterday morning I ran 5.7 miles on the Ream Wilson Trail. It was a nice, easy run and then yesterday evening, I rode the bike for 17.44 miles with MacGyver.

We rode all the way to the beach…good times. We hung out at Pier 60 for a little bit, which if you ask me, is starting to look a lot like Mallory Square. Even on a Monday, the pier was packed, it’s cray cray! This city has grown so much in the 20+ years I’ve lived here and for the first time last nite, MacGyver and I noticed that Clearwater is not really all that bike friendly. You would think they would have bike paths near all the main streets to the beach, but they don’t. We were a bit disappointed by this, but I digress, let me catch you up on my weekend.

MacGyver and I spent some time working on our Cabin in Holopaw. Well, mostly working, we played a little too. We took Boomer and Hank with us, the kid stayed home and probably had wild, crazy parties but we’ll never know took it easy.

The Cabin in Holopaw

We finally finished putting in all the windows and completed the doors so now we can actually lock the place up, nice! I also convinced MacGyver to build me a loft because what good is a cabin without a cool loft?

Cabin Loft

 

We also got in some target practice and I needed it because frankly, I couldn’t hit the side of a barn with anything I shot this weekend. It was horribly embarrassing. Almost as embarrassing as yelling PULL when your target shooting instead of skeet shooting…not that I did that or anything, just sayin.

Flower Shoots a 12 guage

shooting the shotgun

It totally looks like the blast of that shot in the picture but it was actually a rain drop on the camera. MacGyver took the pic and we thought it was pretty cool.

Sunday afternoon we made the 3 hour drive home back to Clearwater. Fortunately for us, Hank offered to drive!

Hank drives home

 

What did you do this weekend?

 

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