I was sad to wake up on Sunday morning (and not just because I had a terrible night’s sleep). It meant that Fitbloggin would be over in a couple of hours and I’d have to wait 363 days for the next time I’d be with these awesome people.
This conference ends with a run/walk and breakfast. Before we got started Jeff Galloway joined us courtesy of Run Disney. Jeff is not only an Olympian but he wrote the first book on running for the masses in the 70’s and has made a career out of the sport with books, coaching, retailer and race organizing.
Jeff took selfies with all who wanted and was a very nice man. I appreciated meeting a hero from my era. 🙂
The distance options for the Sunday run/walk are 1 mile, 5K or 10 K. Jeff Galloway ran with the 10K group. My husband and I chose to walk the 5K and there were about 12 others doing the same.
I wasn’t looking forward to walking 3 miles in the late June humidity but it wasn’t that bad. Not only because it was still early (7 am) but the scenery was so enchanting that I wasn’t thinking about it. I love the squares, statues and architecture of historical Savannah.
Too soon we were back at the conference for our last Savannah meal and to say good-bye. I took more selfies than ever this conference but still missed a lot of people.
We had an uneventful trip home with visions of Fitbloggin’ 15 in my head! Will I see you in Denver?