Then Sunday we travelled to visit Pat's Oma who has made an unbelievable recovery over the past few weeks. Those resilient Dutch! Pat and I even found a way to train for javelin by using his Oma's clothes line as a throwing implement. Shocking that the thrower beat me, but it was close!
Reid spent Mother's Day back home in Vancouver with his mum (very excited I'm sure), sisters and his little nieces and nephew. He followed it up by completely a brutal hill workout with buddy and fellow athlete Mike, that apparently puts hill workouts here to shame (I guess those mountains really do make things harder, who would have known?). While home Reid has been training hard and seeing as much of friends and family as possible in his remaining days there. He even went skeet shooting yesterday with close friend (and shotgun) Tatum...That's right, he named his shotgun!
It's always fun to see families get together and made me a little bit jealous of Reid getting to see his over the weekend. Either way it was a great way to relax, get healed and rejuvenate before the upcoming Pan Am Cup in 2 weeks. Until next time!