Friday, September 25, 2015

{Everyday Life} September 2015

September has been nothing short of amazing.

First off was my road trip to Portland and Washington with a few side trips along the way. Celebrating Sandy and JR's wedding was definitely a highlight of the month. I also had the pleasure of having a sleepover with my nephew. So fun.
Next was a trail race I had a few days after getting back from Portland/Washington, which was awesome. It was a local, smaller race held up at Snowbird. The race was challenging as it went up and over two peaks and covered a lot of vertical gain. It was a great accomplishment.  
After saying goodbye to Heinz (he is working and playing in Kauai for the next few months) I stayed busy as ever while I had the pleasure of animal and house sitting for my girlfriend. What a fun time I had spending with these animals and they made for a great distraction with Heinz gone. 
I had a few hick-ups with my trail running as I pulled my groin and was on the verge of getting sick for a good 10 days but luckily that all passed. I did get out a few times and enjoyed the beauty of the leaves changing as well as a great run/hike up to Mt. Timpanogos.

This month has had it's ups and downs but all in all it's been packed with tons of fun and adventure.

Snake River, Twin Falls, ID

Shoshone Falls, ID

Deadman Pass, OR

Portland, OR

Me and Ari hanging out. I know I look like a creeper.

Bachlorette shindig

Coffee and pastries

Errands downtown Portland

More coffee

Freshly manicured and pedicured up. I know we're sexy.

Ariel, Washington

shrimp eating

Sandy and JR's wedding day.
The love of my life.
I know, we are so mature. Wouldn't want it any other way.

Trail racing (I got 5th overall in the women in this race - stoked).


Mira and Lolo

Getting some running in and checking out the fall color's. Millcreek Canyon.
On top of Timp.
Morning light peaking through the ridge on my way up to Mt. Timpanogos.

Color's everywhere on the Alpine Scenic Loop road.
Fall is here.

Off on new adventure's.

Happy Trekkin'!