Mascarita 5k Run/Walk

This past weekend. With the help of my coach, I decided to sign up for my first 5K walk in San Antonio.

The one I picked was the MASCARITA RUN.

The second annual Mascarita 5k Run/Walk! The race is going to take place at the scenic Mission River Walk!

Since April 2018, I have probably been doing a 5K worth of walking, by myself. But this time I will be walking with 100’s of other people.

Anout 2 years ago. When I started my get healthy journey, I told one of my-workers that if I sing up fornan5K walk, of he would do it with me?

It’s only taken me 2 years to finally get to a place where I can walk 5K without passing our or stopping.

So I’m excited about the walk coming up. I hope it’s the first of many that I do.

A special shout out to my coach, RC, thanks for always being a cheerleader and and sounding board when I need it.

Picturs to come.

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Sunset

I’ve been taking pictures of the sunset after my evening walks.

Here is the one from today.

Taken at the Medina River Natural Area.

Random Pictures

Here are some random pictures I have taken lately.

Random Pictures

Here are some random pictures I have taken lately.

New Place

Went to a new place, Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio the other day. It was really pretty there. I will be going back there again.

The San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden, or Sunken Gardens in Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, Texas, USA opened in an abandoned limestone rock quarry in the early 20th century. It was known also as Chinese Tea Gardens, Chinese Tea Garden Gate, Chinese Sunken Garden Gate and is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

From Wikipedia

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Random Pictures

Here are some random pictures that I’ve taken with my iPhone.

A Walking in Nature

I found a place to walk near my house.

Medina River Nature Area in San Antonio, Texas.

I went there after work and walked the 1.6 mile trail. I had no idea where it would take me. I just followed the trail.

I ain’t lying Craig, I was a little lost and thick in the middle of poison ivy and snakes. But I kept going.

48 minutes +5,000 steps. Here was my view on my walk.

I definitely will be going back there for a walk again.

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