A decent week of training last week. The week before, I was at church camp with the boys. It was scheduled to be a low-mileage week anyway, but I didn't even get in the short runs I had planned. Last week I was back to normal, and even got a 20 miler in. This is the first week I have gotten in 50 miles since January (except for the 50 miles runs in February and March).
I starting putting together a schedule for training for White Rock. I am basing it on a 20 week plan in Bart Yasso's book My Life on the Run. He uses a 10 day cycle rather than the tradition 7 day, so it's a bit trickier to plan, and will be trickier to implement, since long runs will be on different days each week. He says with the 10 day cycle, older runners have longer to recover between long runs thus can run faster. Of course, this first week of training I will be in Hawaii, so we'll see how well I get my runs in.
I will once again be aiming for a Boston qualifying time at White Rock. Maybe this will be the year to do it!