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My local store has JW Blue for $285!
Current Collection: I think you can read all the labels... The 42 yr old Lonach from Strathisla was from K&L, a b-day present from my brother as this was from my birth year, 1967. I think the local store has misplaced the Glenlivet Archive 21, as every other single malt is at least 30% more than K&L Wines in California, but this one is 20% less ($130).
13.1 miles today. It wasn't an organized half-marathon. It was my first long run where I felt strong throughout.
15.0 miles this morning. When I finished it was 77F, so I was hot, sweaty, and dehydrated. I probably drank 40 oz during the run but it still didn't seem like enough.
I feel sorry for all you guys in Michigan running in below freezing weather in the snow. Did you see this video? http://deadspin.com/runner-eats-it-immediately-after-interview-about-runnin-1519107024 You can feel sorry for me from June-Sept. when the highs are always >95F.
7 miles after a work meeting. 55F. Stayed on the flats, mostly. Felt good.
14.0 miles today, about half on trails. Felt good. Perfect running weather: sunny, T ranged from 35-45F, no wind.
7.3 miles, after 5 hours of sleep and last night polishing off a bottle of Glenlivet 21 with some friends for a birthday.
I went with the Glenlivet 21. The recipient was really impressed, and I was also impressed. I have the Balvenie 21 which I prefer but this is much cheaper and well worth it. Too bad it went so quickly! Then we switched to Knob Creek and now I'm hurting...
Yeah, well, I think I'm looking for the impressive/widely appealing demographic. So not some old Laphroig. There's a 21 yr Glenlivet that looks interesting for about $120.
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