I may use "mine" and take a 5-day weekend to Colorado in early August to get in some altitude training prior to a 100M.<br><br>
If I don't then "we" may combine ours to redo the walkway/sidewalk from the drive to our house.
Save it to pay for the tax increase we'll have next year to pay off the debt that was incurred from this year's tax rebate (sorry, the economist in me just couldn't resist).<br><br>
I'll blow it on an extra night in the luxurious Super 8 Motel in White River Junction so I don't have to drive the extra 20-miles to my sister's place in Hanover after the Vermont 100.
I promise this time I won't bump and run..I'll stick around and drive home the next day <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"> So, I'm definitely up for POST race festivities. I've never tested my "oh god you're not as young as you think you are" pre-race ritual on anything longer than a half-mary...
I read somewhere that recommended the rebate by donated to charities that you think the government should be giving more money to. Yeah, kind of hippie and pretentious.<br><br>
I think I've finalized the list to<br><br>
a) Trails and Open Spaces Coalition. They do stuff related to their name in the Pike's Peak region.<br>
b) Lance Armstrong Foundation. Curing cancer is good.<br>
c) The local soup kitchen. Feeding poor is also good.