Diego de Almagro Punta Arenas
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Free Breakfast (amazing). Great facilities. Big rooms. What more could you ask for! Definitely what I needed after camping for a few days.
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The race started in the dark at 5 am. It was cold. I could hear them cheering at the starting line from my hotel room. I was still warm in my bed! It was a long hard race for Reed, but he finished. He is very happy. He is also very sore!
Today was the second marathon in 5 days for Reed and Richard. Started in the dark at 5am. The winds can be brutal, but less early morning- so off they went. Richard breezed through another ultra-marathon, and Reed worked through a muscle injury to finish the race. Everyone was exhausted from the runs. Made the local paper again!
Arrived around noon and although it's cloudy, the temperature is perfect! Not too hot and not to cold. Reed learned that the Antarctic race is tomorrow. Starts at 3:30 am, so he's catching some zzzzz's. I'm excited too, because I was asked to come along and help with the race! Hadn't packed for that, so I'm hobbling together enough layers to keep warm ...life is good!
We flew here this morning and now we are seeing the ocean. Our hotel is across the street from the ocean! So many people come here to hike in Patagonia, or the Andes mountains. No McDonalds! Can you believe that? Reed and I will get on a plane at 1:00am tomorrow. We are going to the Antarctic and Reed will run a marathon. I get to go and help with …
... we had to return our rental gear which involved us, in all our smelly, gritty glory interrupting the how to do the W talk with a triumphant entrance. I like to think we both demoralized and rallied the group that looked into the faces of the people returning for what they were about to get themselves into. We had to pitch our tents one last time to show there was no damage and it was a fitting farewell to Old Yeller (Obviously I named ...