Race report for Another Dam Race 2019

My husband Bill and me and my 2 youngest sons went on an adventure this past weekend.  We signed up for a 10 mile paddling race from Parker Dam Arizona to Parker California.  It's open to kayaks, canoes, Stand up Paddlers, Surf Ski's, you name it!  Pretty much anyone on anything with a paddle is welcome to jump in.  There were even a few Prone paddlers as well as the event. 

Let's just skip talking about the drive there...  Only to mention, we had planned on being there early on Friday for demo day but due to car problems that started halfway there, we took a LOT longer to drive there than we had planned.

So we got there late Friday and checked into our bungalow on the beach of the Colorado River.  Such an awesome place.  So gorgeous!

Saturday morning we got up bright an early.  But since we were only steps away from the start, we took our time getting rolling and heading over.   As the sun was coming through the windows of our...

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St. George Ironman 2019

I tell people that I have done the Ironman every year since it first came to St. George, Utah, but I have never crossed the finish line.

It's true.  I have.

But my way of doing the Ironman isn't the way a lot of people would think.  I "do the ironman" from the top of my kayak or paddleboard and support the swimmers in the race.

In case you didn't know, the Ironman is a Triathlon event.  Athletes swim, bike and run long distances in each leg of the event.  It's an amazing thing to accomplish as an athlete.  It's also amazing to be involved as a volunteer.

Every year for the Ironman, I wake up early on that Saturday morning and head to the water's edge hours before the sun is up to meet the rest of the water support team.  We get assigned our stretch of water and some instruction on how to do our job and then we head out across the lake to take our spot.  

Every year my husband and I have jumped in and done our part assisting in keeping...

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Fit Chicks or Boards and Babes?


Blissful, magical weekend.

I just spent 3 days camping at Quail Creek State park with some AMAZING women.

This is FIT CHICKS Campout.

I am going to try and describe to you just how awesome it was.  But just like taking pictures, it's always better in real life.

My buddy, Nikki Revis and I, put together the plans for our 2nd annual Fit Chicks Campout together.  It's RevvFitness meets Phazes Fitness and it's the bomb!

Day one: After meeting at RevvFitness studio in Hurricane Utah, and handing out the awesome goodie bags, We carpooled to Quail Creek State Park and received basic Kayaking Instruction.  Then we paddled across the lake and had a picnic and hike on the far side of Quail Lake. 

The Views were amazing! The weather was perfect.  The water was beautiful.  One daredevil, Heather, decided to jump in the cool water and really take it all in. We kayaked back and had a little free time before dinner.

For dinner we had delicious...

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