Race Report: Riverbluff Olympic Triathlon – Ashland City, TN

August 6, 2017

I’m about five hours post-race at this point, and the post-race stiffness and soreness has begun! All a good sign of a legit, hard, gritty race. The Riverbluff Triathlon is located in Ashland City, Tennessee, at Riverbluff Park. The park itself is gorgeous- there is a nice playground, lots of picnic tables, and a good spot for a boat launch (this is where the open water swim starts).  It is…

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Race Report: Just Du It Duathlon – Clarksville, TN

April 24, 2017

This weekend was the completion of my first race of the season, the Just Du It Duathlon at Beechaven Winery in Clarksville, TN.  The duathlon consisted of a 1.58 mile run, 15.5 mile bike, 1.58 mile run.  They had a 1-mile fun run, then a 10k, then the duathlon. The morning of the race I had my usual overnight oats breakfast, fed baby E and put him back to sleep,…

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Things to Do in Clarksville, TN

With a toddler: Kids N Play – Giant play system, bungee trampoline, foam ball shooters, imagination village play area, crawlers area, arcade games, snack bar. Monkey Marty’s – Room full of inflatable bouncers and an obstacle course Toddler Time at Horsefeathers Pottery & Art Studio – Kids make crafts Playgrounds: Fort Campbell Gate 6 – next to Starbucks on 3065 Forrest Rd, has big splash pad in summer Fort Campbell Gate 1…

October 29, 2016
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Things to Do in Clarksville, TN: Toddler Time at Horsefeathers Pottery & Art Studio

This week HM and I participated in “Toddler Time” at Horsefeathers Pottery & Art Studio in Clarksville, TN. Toddler Time is an activity for newborns and up usually held on the last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of each month.  Horsefeathers has a few select projects for the month to choose from, and they are usually around $25/each project plus tax (sometimes you can fit more than one kid per project!)….

October 29, 2016
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(3rd) of July in Tennessee

Wow.  Tennesseans just LOVE their fireworks!! This was our first year experiencing the crazy that is Independence Day weekend in Tennessee. I don’t think anything is off limits here, so you can only imagine the amazing-ness that is dusk here – combine that with the fact this is a military town (and naturally they love to blow things up!) and you have quite the show. The fireworks in our neighborhood…

July 3, 2016
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