RunsOnEspresso wrote: »
I won't be of any help in the car talk. DH works for a Chevy dealer. I have a silverado so we can get to places you can't in a car. DH has a trax because his cruze was totaled recently and the trax was the best deal at the time.
Although I would have gotten a used Jeep had a better deal/color come along when my last lease was up. I was not going to drive a BRIGHT *kitten* yellow and black jeep. LOL
Avidkeo wrote: »
I can highly recommend a hyundai. I have an I30 and its definitely peppy. We have a Mazda axela (Mazda 3) and the hyundai is way better at up and go than the Mazda.
Though no idea about braks though, it brakes really well...
LoveyChar wrote: »
@Camaramandy648 I'm excited and anxious and ready! I second Avidkeo on Hyundai. I had an Accent, drove it back and forth to work every day for nine years and never put one penny into it above routine maintenance. Not a cent, and it a reliable car. Someone smashed into me and totalled it but if it hadn't happened, I'd still be driving it! Good car!
beckygammon wrote: »
This is my first ever month of running... well jogging haha 'cause I run at walking pace. My goal this month is 30km.
Scott6255 wrote: »
Happy Birthday @marisap2010! And congrats on enjoying your 21 mile run. I can safely say that I have never uttered those words after a 20+ miler.
adawn09 wrote: »
Just signed up for a half marathon at the beginning of May so this is perfect timing to find this challenge group! I’ve been feeling like I need a little extra accountability to stick with my weekly workouts that my Garmin has been setting for me. I’m going to aim for 75 miles for February! Good luck meeting your goals, everybody!
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