I'm in the boat with the blue and pink t-shirts!
One of the first boats to race flipped over!
They were a little excessive in their celebration after winning, and over the boat went.
My work had 2 teams: an all women and a co-ed team. Our co-ed team made it to the finals, and we weren't last! It looked like it could have rained, but it didn't, and it wasn't too hot (maybe in the upper 60s -70s?) Great weather for the event.
My arms/shoulders were fine after our recent practice, but I guess rowing in 3 races is a little different - I was sore between my shoulder blades the next day. Luckily it didn't last too long and I was feeling good by Tuesday.
Oh, and Saturday the farmer's market near us started for the summer. We had just gone shopping and didn't really need produce, but we did pick up the following:
Local honey is good! This cranberry blossom honey is something different. And the Garden State is great for growing tomatoes...but it never occurred to me to make ketchup. This isn't your Heinz ketchup though. It has tomatoes, onions, apple cider vinegar, garlic, salt, other stuff I can't remember. It had more texture to it than Heinz. To be honest, I'm not even a huge ketchup fan unless I'm having a burger and fries, but this stuff is really good!
Do you have a farmer's market near you? What do you like to get?