For breakfast the day of the race, I made myself a hamburger and egg breakfast burrito. I find that if I have a lot of protein for breakfast it makes running much, much easier. It wasn't the tastiest burrito, but at 6:30am on a Sunday, not many things are tasty to me except my pillow.
After our race I quickly showered and headed to my parents place so that we could go to a Welcome Home picnic in Folsom. Sorry, no pictures of this because it was so dang hot. I pretty much plopped in a camping chair and waited for the boy scout troop to come in from their 400mi bike ride from Oregon. As the troop came in they got a sheriff's greeting with his lights and sirens, which was pretty nice for the riders to see. Some of them are as young as 13 and were having a difficult time with the heat and distance. The oldest in the group is 72! It's a pretty amazing feat and having the sheriff's welcome was nice for them to see.
Once they arrived we had a fantastic spread of picnic food. I gorged myself as I hadn't eaten since the burrito and it was nearly 3:30pm when the troop rolled in. Emmy did an amazing job of not chasing the bikes or being bothered by the kids running around. I think that she was just super hot. She didn't even mind that another troop dog took over her portable bed and water bowl. I told myself that it was because she is a good girl, which she is, but she was just as hot as the rest of us with her coat of fur and didn't care.