My bags are packed for the race and the countdown is on! I have two drop bags, one each for the 8 and 17 mile aid stations. No drop bags allowed at the 24 mile aid station. Only 3 aid stations over 33 miles! I went to the Army surplus store here in Tucson, Miller's Surplus, and got some cute 'digitalized' camo ones just for some small things that I'll need (Perpetuem, snacks, more Clif blox, spare socks, etc.) Hopefully, by splattering my name and race number all over it, there will be no chance of it getting lost by the volunteers in route to the aid station. Also important, putting the correct aid station on it - there are some things I only have in the 17 mile aid station bag, because I'll be carrying extra stuff for the second half of the race.I am pretty much consumed in thought about this race. I hope it turns out to be one big adventure. That is what my life is and what I want it to be - one big adventure!
Nothing left to do before the race, except rest. Oh, yeah, and I'll also be picking up my visor for the race - I had 'Pinkcorker' embroidered on the front of it in, you guessed it, hot pink thread. :)