Well with the Mark Webber Challenge starting next week I can't justify
being slack with the blog any longer.
My preparation for the event has not been ideal. Another stupid accident
left me with a rib injury. This is the second injury in a row that has been
a bit comical, after hurting my knee early August when kneeling down to
show my daughter how to bark like a dog. This time I was testing a new
pedal on a mountain bike in my backyard. I got my foot stuck in the pedal,
fell off and landed on my father-in-law's knee.
The injury is now three weeks old but I've not been able to run which has
compromised my preparation. Combined that with trying to build a new garage
and prepare for the new baby and life has been busy and tough.
There is some good news though as I get a bit of a break from training for
a while after this event. There has also been quite a bit of speaking work
going on and some great feedback and reviews from many of the functions I
have spoken at.
So you can expect some more news here from Tasmania, probably talking about
the great food as much as the racing down there.
Some of it may be relayed through Penni as I am not sure what sort of
internet access I will have. I am sure you will notice the quality of the