Model Airplane Field: I visited this area last month on Day 42, the day I lost my Ring!
After the first game, we stayed in Camarillo and watched the airplanes fly! Alyssa didn't go with us last time so it was a nice break for about an hour. We had more time to waste so...
Mission Verde Park: I was here on Saturday: http://calihike.blogspot.com/2011/01/day-62-mission-verde-park.html
With an hour to spare, the wife and kids went back to play at the park while I set forth towards the tennis courts. Instead of going thru the tunnel, I continued straight down the section that I did not explore yesterday. The landscape was similar as I ran along the dry barranca. Less than a quarter mile into it the trail essentially ended so I looped to the upper portion and ran back. I then circled the outfield walls and ran the outer portion of the school. This concluded my second run of the day.
This team was intimidating. Forget the scrimmage game that we had a few weeks back when they shut us out; their pregame chants were on point, in harmony and the parents clapped along with. Then the game began. Their speed, strategy, agility and perseverance were unmatched. Spreading out the field and passing the ball reflected a diligent mature system of practice and teamwork. Where our team seemed like a bunch of little girls all going for the ball, this team was well organized. The reality check was finalized when the final whistle blew. We had just lost 5-0! The opposing girls displayed noble sportsmanship by forming a tunnel for our girls to run through. They cheered for us, clapped and gave them all pats on their backs. It’s unfortunate for Alyssa that she could not be a part of this experience. For years she has been dominating the league scoring 10 goals a game at times. But just as Lebron James could not win a championship in
My estimated day 63 Summary: 4 miles +250 Feet