Saturday, May 15, 2010

PhotoHunt: Half

What is the difference between a Half and a Full . . .

The answer, 13.1 really long miles. You know . . . some decisions in life can come quite easily for me. :)

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  1. Too funny! You're the only person I've seen who actually has a photo of the word "half." Very cool take on the theme. Have a great weekend.

  2. Hi Annie, :) thanks so much for liking my photo and take. It really cracked me up when I saw this volunteer holding the signs pointing in opposite directions. I made a joke with him about the really tough decision he was giving me with his signs and then asked to take his photo. He was a good sport. The photo did come in handy for this week's fun theme. :) Have a great weekend too Annie!

  3. LOL - I know which way I'd be going (if I ever made it to that point that is.)

  4. I chuckled with this one - touche! Somehow I just knew yours would have this subject matter. Hope you are enjoying a relaxing weekend. m

  5. Hi Everyone, thanks so much for your comments.

    Jerry, glad we go by the same page on this one. :)

    Marta, thanks for liking my photo.

    M, I chuckled too. Somehow I knew too. :) Hope you had a wonderful weekend.

    Thanks again everyone and hope you all have a great week.

  6. Very unique! I would have chose the 1/4 marathon route!! Cute photo.

  7. Great photo, Kathy! I'd be with you and Jerry, looking for the gelato shop!

    The one half-marathon I ran was a loop route; the half ended at the start point, and the full marathon made a second loop. I felt really sorry for those poor people, it was a very hilly run and I'm sure that knowing all the hills that lay ahead would have made the back half doubly hard!

  8. Hi G & Sandra, thanks so much for your comments and for liking my photo ...

    G, I like the way you think too. :) I'm glad you lik my photo. The visual of the opposite pointing arrows was just too cute to pass up. I figure I'm way behind my friends anyway, might as well enjoy myself and snap a few souvenir photos. he, he!

    Sandra, oh Gelato would have been fabulous. A friend came back from running the Paris Marathon and she said that at one point they were serving wine and oysters! Can you imagine. :)

    I totally agree with your thoughts on feeling sorry for those runners who had to run the hilly loop again. This race was a loop course too, but luckily very flat. The only challenge was that it was very windy and I actually had wind burns on my legs after the race. It would've been much harder, if it was hilly too.

    Thanks again G & Sandra. Hope you have a great week.


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