Monday, March 14, 2016

After the rain...

We have sunshine!  Good morning Mt Lassen.


                                  
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A great weekend with Marymine; full of family, kids, dogs, green tutus, and lots of laughter!





SIL Jane and I gett'n ready for the start of the Shamrock'n 5K in Sac on Sat. Windy and Colder than all getout, but the rain had stopped. Them darn tracking devices on the numbers are so you can't cut through the back streets, who knew! Just so all is straight, it was probably not me that might have tripped that ol guy with the T that read, "You've just been passed by a 70 yr old man"...
 and the wind resistance on a tutu, geez!

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  1. The tutu was a nice touch!!

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    1. Larry, Thanks, we try to be fashion forward...

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    2. You are a trend setter. I would have felt that having a holstered .45 Colt would have set off the tutu nicely. If you wanted to go gentle, you could have carried a Bowie knife.

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    3. Aah, if you could have seen niece and I stashing accessories before hand, you would not be concerned. We don't go to the city without...

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  2. LOL, always a class act! :-) Or something like that... :-P

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  3. What? No horns? Nice tutu, though. And, the wind resistance wouldn't be such a problem if you didn't run so fast! :) Looks like you had fun in Sacto!

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    1. These viking ladies are from a past Bay-to-Breakers, which I'm ashamed to say I have run before (not in costume). It gets a lot weirder in SF, I think, but some of the costumes, like these ladies', are awesome. Must cost a fortune, though.
      https://gruntofmontecristo.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/vikings.jpg

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    2. Grunt, I couldn't find the horns I wanted, Dammit! There where a few tutus, but mostly hardcore runners. Thanks for the pic. Had a good time with family.

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  4. That tutu is something else but those socks really sealed the look. If there were prizes, sure hope you got one.

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    1. A Patti, LOL, I had never worn a tutu before, obviously need to get out a bit more. No prize here, but had fun.

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  5. You can wear that tutu this Thursday for the wearin of the green!

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    1. Cheri, Turned the tutu in to my daughter, but I've got the race Tee, a bag'o nuts and a Guinness for Thursday!

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  6. That is awesome!!! Glad you got to go(-:

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    1. Cindee, Thank you, it was fun, and any time I get to see family is awesome.

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  7. I find that picture incredibly inspirational! :) Love all of it!

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    1. Jenny, Thanks, so glad to see your pics and that you had a great time on your Utah trek!

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  8. Let's talk about how much money I would have placed on the bet that anyone would ever see you in a tutu!!

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    1. Annie, Yeah well I'm not aging gracefully, that's for damn sure!

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  9. Looks like too much fun! And that mountain view...wow!

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    1. Granny Sue, It was fun! We are surrounded on three sides by beautiful mountains: Mt Lassen to the E, Mt Shasta to the N, and Yolla Bolly Mt to the W.

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  10. Proud of you Girl, except for tripping that old guy. I have bruises all over now.

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    1. Woodsterman, Thanks, I wouldn't do that to you!

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