Thursday, January 13, 2011

This is the day!

I'm going to make this short and sweet....it being the off season, not much has been written here in awhile.

Today is the day I move home! Home to New Mexico with my lovely wife, Deb....who's been living there alone since June...I begin my drive out at 3PM after a work get together/sendoff. I should arrive on Saturday sometime and my move will bring me from living here at around 350' above sea level to 8200', where our cabin in the woods is. There will not be much running in the immediate future, but after a few weeks Hardrock training begins!

Home Sweet Home
Our cabin in the Jemez Mountains in New Mexico

The Hardrock lottery is in three weeks and once we know where we stand, we can plan the rest of the year's races. We are planning on entering San Juan Solstice 50 on Saturday.

So, see you all soon somewhere....Happy New Year and may 2011 be your very best year yet!

Our new dog Gibbs is happy I'm coming home

6 comments:

trailgrrl said...

Farewell for now, and safe passage to your gorgeous new home (oh so jealous : )I know I will see you two soon...you can count on Kev and I signing up for Speedgoat as we are planning a trip out west for that race and if you, Deb or Garry get in to Hardrock well that is on the map for me as well I need to see what it is all about ; )
Give your gorgeous wife a great big hug from me!!
Michelle

Sophie Speidel said...

Safe travels, dear friend! I know our paths will cross someday soon. In the meantime, so happy for you, Deb, and your sweet new pooch. Dorothy got it right...there's no place like home!

xox

Laurel said...

So happy to hear that you are moving home! Safe travels and best wishes to you and Deb in your next life adventures.

Run Home Pam said...

Fair winds, Steve! You will be missed Back East, but it's wonderful to know you'll be together with your soul mate in your soul place. Hope I cross paths with you and Deb again some day...
pam

olga said...

So glad you're finally reuniting!!! It's been way too long...

Jimmy said...

What an awesome home that is, Steve! I wish you and your wife great happiness together there. Good luck getting into Hard Rock.