It took the first half of the week to shake the VT50 out of my legs, the quickest I've recovered from that event which is great. I was a little concerned with a foot pain that showed up on Monday but worked itself out over the weekend. I found biking was a good way to flush out the legs and I managed to get a mini hill workout in on Friday.
The weekend was the Krissy Moehl Run Camp that Julbo organized so Hilary and I headed back over to VT. Hilary was technically in the camp and I was tagging along but also brought my camera to earn my keep. There were 14 or so runners and the schedule was busy but laid back and included a mix of activities and lots of opportunity to pick up trail running tips from experts (Aside from Krissy, there were other elite ultrarunners at the camp including Josh Ferenc, Aliza Lapierre, Serena Wilcox, and Sarah Keyes).
Hilary and I met Krissy in 2015 while crewing for Scott Jurek. We didn't know much about her at the time and just thought she was some really awesome friend Scott & Jenny brought along to help with the last section of the trail. We later learned that she has a monster résumé and certainly is a legend in the sport. That was more than enough incentive to head back to VT.
It was a productive weekend. I managed to get in 20+ miles of trail running and a ride on some awesome trails in Richmond, VT. Having a group like that who were all competent runners coming from varied backgrounds made for a fun few days. Hoping to make this a yearly thing and we need more events like this in New England.