Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Portland Photos


I can't seem to line up photos and captions, so I'll post these without.

















17 comments:

Wes said...

Ewwwwww. That's gross. Liked all the other pics though :-)

Thomas said...

That blister - ou ou ou ou ou ouch!!!!!

Like wes, I liked the other photos though.

D said...

nice photos - thanks for sharing.

runliarun said...

Time to extend some tender loving care to the valiant feet.

robtherunner said...

Thanks for at least blending in the foot picture with the rest of them rather than letting it stand on its own. I hope Eric is making you wear socks at night when you crawl into bed. And no I don't need any other information beyond that.

JustRun said...

Great photos! Thanks for sharing.

Take care of those feet! :)

Darrell said...

Thanks for sharing the pix. You had to sneak that foof in there, didn't ya? Looks like it was a perfect day.

Nicole said...

Looks like a lot of fun minus the blister!

Dawn - Pink Chick said...

Great photos, yikes except for the owie. Congrats on your race!

Sarah said...

Great pics. I really like the one of you two at mile 26! : )

olga said...

What are you two, walking in a park out ther, stopping at mile 26? it's a home stretch, run! Two guys are drinking beer on the way...glad I didn't come, you'd make me dance in a national dress and drink vodka!

Pictures are great memories!

Jenny said...

OW! Great pictures but one really stands out!

Ryan said...

Great report below - What a day...congratulations!! Wonderful photos!! Enjoy the glory and have fun planning for the next one! Keep on keeping on!!

Steve Stoyles said...

The second toe and blood blister look pretty bad. I think Eric's black and blue, bruised but not broken, toe from White River was the worse of the year. Congrat again on your first and good luck with the Bite sandals.

Wanna-be 5k-er said...

Awesome photos (except for that blister, ouch!)!!!!! What an experience!!!!!!

Sarah Elaine said...

These photos tell an amazing story!

Dori said...

Great pictures, Michelle. My favorite is the one with you wearing your finisher's medal!