Last night we got into Louisville at a very reasonable hour after a wonderfully short drive from Cincinnatti, and went right to my Aunt Lea's house, where we were able to relax and catch up for several hours before we feasted on a delicious home-cooked meal at her beautiful house in the trees! We had a wonderful time visiting Aunt Lea, and did our best to prepare her for what the marathoning would be like firsthand today. This morning we were off a little later than normal and got to the start right about 7am. Kirsten started with me and we were off and running into the cool morning mist of Kentucky. The course was almost entirely on biking/running trails, which was great for avoiding traffic, but not so great for support crew getting to me and spectating, etc., but things still went very well. Kirsten ended up going for over half and then Eric jumped in for much of the second half, though things were starting to warm up a bit by then. I definitely felt the fast pace of yesterday in my legs today, so a little slower pace today felt good. Not sure if there is such a thing as a marathon recovery run, but if there is, that's what today was. We finished up as usual, had some good media coverage, and were back home for the massage/ice bath/shower combo. Then we feasted yet again at Aunt Lea's on a wonderful lunch and we said goodbye to Eric as he was off to the airport to return home. He has now passed the baton to Ed, my dad, who flew in to Louisville this morning, and we were off and running (or driving) again. We've now made it to Huntington, WV and after a good dinner we're all ready for bed. Feels good to have 25 marathons under the belt now. Hope you all are well. Thank you for your continued encouragement and prayers!