5.12 mi, 43:46, 8:33 avg
Started the run at 11:30, temperature was already 90 degrees, but the clouds, the very light breeze and the trees helped. I was dreading how bad it might be, but when I hit the first mile at 8:53 I knew it would be alright. Like earlier in the week, today's easy run felt easy. Ran most of the t-shaped route in Foxwood and near Fox Hollow golf course.
Earlier that morning drove up to Suncoast Technical HS in Brooksville to watch Tom at the cross country meet. The very light breeze had not started yet and I was getting soaked in sweat just standing around.
After the run, went to Jenny's house and drove down with Andy to the truck topper store to get a new bed cover for his truck. Went to the same place I had gone 6 years ago when I needed something to cover the back so I could do the 1000 Islands road trip with the boys and Sammy. Slowly, the cover was falling apart and one day two of the four clamps failed and a strong wind blew it off the back. The new cover has six sturdier looking clamps holding it down so hopefully will last more the 6 years. On the way back had lunch at Frankie's Patriot BBQ for lunch. I don't get down here as much as I'd like. Frankie was a member of our armed services who died in battle serving our country. His dad then left the corporate world and opened up this restaurant in honor of his son and others who have served. The food they serve here is some of the best BBQ around.