Jack and Jill ran up a hill for 10 miles. If the grade/slope of that hill was 11%, how much elevation did they gain before Jack fell down and broke his crown?
Jack and Jill ran for a long time, a long way, and are now having problems breathing.
You may have noticed I'm wearing my Garmin, so before someone has to ask why; it's the only HR monitor I have, and I like to track my heartrate.
|Right Nipple Bleed. I just had to wear a white shirt.|
All the sweat helped the blood disperse, so it's
not real obvious in the picture.
Finally, I would like to give 2 Pikes Peak shoutouts:
- First to Jill, who has made herself readily available to me to answer Pikes Peak questions, and who should be running up the mountain that day too, assuming her heel has healed. I'm looking forward to meeting her in person for the first time.
- Second to my fellow Wichitan Hannah, who is taking time from her ultra training to run Pikes Peak. I just haven't figured out yet if she is retired from blogging or not.