This past weekend was incredible! It always amazes me that working so hard can be so fun!
I got into Providence on Thursday afternoon and met the rest of the ZOOMA crew for the drive to Falmouth. We headed to the Sea Crest where we met to course director for a drive around the course. I was in the way back of the van, so no pictures were taken, but the course was absolutely gorgeous. Then we headed back to the Sea Crest for dinner and a relatively early bedtime.
Friday I popped out of bed before my alarm and headed for a short run along the coast. I was lucky because I managed to get out and back before the rains came.
Next up was hours of prepping for and then attending the ZOOMA expo. I got to meet a lot of the ambassadors and many runners. While I did spend a lot of time moving around the event for various reasons, I got to spend the majority of the time welcoming women at the entrance to the event. Yes, I actually get paid to do cool things like that. Not a hard life.
After a long day at the expo and some post expo errands, I crashed hard. I knew my wake up would come early, but I was ready to go when the alarm went off. It was go time!
The best part of ZOOMA Cape Cod for me was that I got to spend the entire morning at the finish line! I was there for the first 10K finishers and for the last half marathon finisher. I cheered, I rang cowbells, I placed medals over heads, and high fived runners. I seriously loved every single moment of it.
When the day was over, I got to spend some time with some of the Cape Cod ambassadors and some Skirt Sports ambassadors. There may have been some craft beer involved.
Sunday morning brought a quick trip to the beach to check out our Sunday morning yoga and then I headed to the airport for my trip home.
All in all, it was pretty darned amazing! Want to join me? Use ERIKA2018 for 10% off of the Florida race. I expect that one is going to be just as much fun!