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    Cindy Fuller Guest

    Default Post-triathlon lunch

    Today was the Seattle Danskin Triathlon, the biggest estrogen-fueled
    athletic event on the planet. This was my second year to complete the
    whole thing. I set a modest goal of bettering my swim time, which I
    did--barely. The SO didn't go with me this year (early mornings are not
    his thing), but he got some goodies for my post-race lunch. We have
    been devotees of a place in Pike Place Market called the I Love NY Deli.
    The owner, a nice boy from Brooklyn, had been trying to find someplace
    larger to sell his wares. This month he opened a branch in the
    University District. So Julian picked up some bagels, whitefish salad,
    and knishes for lunch. It hit the spot, and replenished my carbohydrate
    stores.

    Cindy

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    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Post-triathlon lunch

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    Cindy Fuller <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Today was the Seattle Danskin Triathlon, the biggest estrogen-fueled
    > athletic event on the planet. This was my second year to complete the
    > whole thing. I set a modest goal of bettering my swim time, which I
    > did--barely. The SO didn't go with me this year (early mornings are not
    > his thing), but he got some goodies for my post-race lunch. We have
    > been devotees of a place in Pike Place Market called the I Love NY Deli.
    > The owner, a nice boy from Brooklyn, had been trying to find someplace
    > larger to sell his wares. This month he opened a branch in the
    > University District. So Julian picked up some bagels, whitefish salad,
    > and knishes for lunch. It hit the spot, and replenished my carbohydrate
    > stores.
    >
    > Cindy


    How did you place overall? :-)
    Congrats on competing. Those can be grueling!
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    pure kona Guest

    Default Re: Post-triathlon lunch

    On Sun, 16 Aug 2009 20:15:03 -0700, Cindy Fuller
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Today was the Seattle Danskin Triathlon, the biggest estrogen-fueled
    >athletic event on the planet. This was my second year to complete the
    >whole thing. I set a modest goal of bettering my swim time, which I
    >did--barely. The SO didn't go with me this year (early mornings are not
    >his thing), but he got some goodies for my post-race lunch. We have
    >been devotees of a place in Pike Place Market called the I Love NY Deli.
    >The owner, a nice boy from Brooklyn, had been trying to find someplace
    >larger to sell his wares. This month he opened a branch in the
    >University District. So Julian picked up some bagels, whitefish salad,
    >and knishes for lunch. It hit the spot, and replenished my carbohydrate
    >stores.
    >
    >Cindy

    As a former marathoner, I believe to finish is TO WIN!
    Congratulations indeed!!

    aloha,
    Cea

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