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After a week of celebrating his birthday in various different ways ; JC had the week come to an end with a great supper at Jason & Vanessa 's place. It was a relaxing evening- getting to sing with his grandson along with a birthday hugs and kiss from little Gabriel was truly the icing on the ...
Final transition and she was looking good. She had a pretty good run but does prefer the full marathon. Her final place was 19 out of 138 for her age group. Her final time was 4.56 hours just 20 minutes behind the winner of her age group. Overall in the half marathon she ran the third best time in her age group.
She has pulled up pretty well and is pretty excited about competing in the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona in a few weeks ...
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We then headed to Smoke's Poutinerie Tremblant for Poutine for lunch. This is a typical Canadian ski resort dish consisting of fries, cheese curds and gravy. Noel and I went for the basic but David had the Poutine bacon burger which had the same as ours plus bacon, mince meat ...
... I had a really nice French Onion soup. Nicole had a cheeseburger. Not sure this is on the triathlon menu but she seemed happy.
After lunch Nicole had more training commitments so we headed to the Mont Tremblant Casino. The Casino looks like a huge Chalet. We all had a shot at different things. David as usual was lucky and won $140, Noel won 7 cents and I lost $5. ...