As you know I went away for 4 days to Camden Maine and was off the grid the entire time. I came back to enjoy my time off, go to the beach, continue to stay away from the computer, and started to get back into my running routine. I have also been babysitting for my favorite “Bear” ever this week and made dinner plans each night. BF has been nursing a knee injury that has certainly off put his marathon training, so fingers crossed it actually isn’t a torn Meniscus like the doctor suspects.
Anyway, want to see a photo montage of some beautiful shots of Maine? Thought so!
Lots of ferry rides, bike rides, kayaking, walking, and camping! Love my adventure camp! Also, did you know that school starts next week! I’ll be back to my real routine come the first. I’m scared for this! I also took on more responsibilities with the Mass School Psych Assc. in an effort to become the Most Improved Member (an award I made up for myself!). Hopefully I won’t be complaining like I did last year about how tired I am all the time! At least I was able to enjoy this beautiful beautiful summer.
So I’m currently camping in Camden, writing this post from my iPhone. Holy mother Mary it rained all afternoon when setting up tents. They were soaked!! Luckily, the weather (and kids) have been winding down in order for me to check in with all my readers… At 11 pm. Tomorrow it’s biking and then Thursday it’s kayaking. Yay for adventure! My life and running routines can resume to normal next week!
Man oh man, I have not stopped traveling this summer! Just got back from a whirlwind tour in New York State to see my sister sing, go out with some college friends in Saratoga, and then celebrate my brother’s birthday! Never was there a moment to exercise, I’m not even kidding. Its like when Jessie Spano had that panic attack on Saved by the Bell. “Time?!! There’s never any time!!” At least I can say that it’s been fun! Check it out!
Seriously so ridiculous! Not to mention…I’m back at adventure camp for the next two weeks so today’s crosstraining included kayaking! I don’t want to reveal the name of my camp, but I will let you know that I work at an adventure camp that encourages its campers to Step Outside!
We go out on daily adventure trips that include hiking, canoeing, kayaking, biking, rollerblading, high ropes, indoor/outdoor rock climbing, and more! Not to mention, during the second half of every two-week session, we go on a little ol camping trip for several days in various beautiful locations around New England! Next week I’ll be traveling to Camden, Maine for four days to go camping with the kids. The trip also includes sea kayaking and taking a ferry to bike around Iylesboro, Maine for the day.
If you want me to brag I will. Its like, the best summer job ever! Now go STEP OUTSIDE!