Back on February 14, I ordered my hubby & I tickets to a concert on our Bucket List:
And the day finally arrived.
Of course, it was beautiful boating weather and the same weekend as a tennis weekend on Schroon River.
Plus, our friends were had planned to go, backed out and my hubby and I were going solo to Xfinity Center, Mass (2h40m away.)
I started the day, of course, with a run. I decided that even though it wasn’t a long run, I would go to the bike path. I got to see a lot of familiar faces and it was very relaxing…no pressure…not training for anything.
At the last minute, I decided to book a room at a nearby hotel for the night. That way we could enjoy the concert fully.
We left around noon, checked into our hotel and then headed to the concert lot where all the tailgaters were. Most of them had been there since 11 am and the concert didn’t start until 8 pm!!
Since we didn’t arrive until 4 pm, we were in lot 13 (out of 13) but still we met lots of people and had a blast.
Eventually it was time to head to our seats. We had seats but not inside. Well, the concert didn’t disappoint.
The sound was great and everyone stood & danced & sang to every song for almost 3 hours.
Best concert ever!
Our hotel was not nice but convenient. We crashed around midnight and got up and left at 7 am.
Even though I had little sleep, I headed north to Chestertown (on the Schroon River) to be with my tennis friends (our Tues tennis group). Everyone had been there since yesterday and some had even left already.
They had just finished playing tennis by the time I got there.
But I had lunch with them and hung out by the river for the rest of the day.
Since I had just arrived today, when everyone left, I decided to stay overnight. I had taken Monday off from work.
The first thing I did was go for a walk – a 2 mile loop.
I had dinner in Bolton Landing with friends at our marina, took a walk to the Sagamore and then slept at my friend’s house on Schroon River.
I was very excited the next morning to go for a run. I do it every year and I love running in this area.
Unfortunately I left my Garmin home and the battery was low on my iPhone. So I decided to do my safe 5 mile loop to Brant Lake and back.
On the way back, I was so distracted by the scenery that I missed a turn and wound up in the middle of nowhere (with no GPS). I asked someone who was driving by and he assured me that I would eventually end up back if I followed the road I was on and turned right.
I was pretty nervous but I did end up back coming from the opposite direction. Not sure how far out of the way I ran/walked but at least 1/2 mile.
After my run, I packed up and headed for my day on the lakes.
There are several lakes and I decided to visit a few starting with Schroon Lake because there is a great creperie where I wanted to have lunch.
IT CLOSED!!!! So I ate lunch at a coffee shop instead.
I walked around town for a while and then headed back and stopped at Loon Lake.
I stopped and read by the water until I finished my book (Orange is the New Black).
Then I went into town (Chestertown) where I bought a baby gift and a pair of sandals on sale.
My day was complete when it ended with a root beer float (with maple soft ice cream.)
Happy Running! Ever get lost while running?