mont tremblant luxury on the lake
in Food & fun, Ironman, Ironman 70.3, North America, Restaurants, Slider

FINDING LUXURY & ROMANCE IN MONT TREMBLANT

Yes, Mont Tremblant happens to be a great race site and one of our favorite vacation spots, but it’s also a great spot to add a little luxury and romance to the mix. So, come on triathletes, time to treat that trisupporter in your life to some extra TLC! When we have 5 race nights in Mont Tremblant, we try and make it about US,…

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Dinner Party Hosting Doesn't Have to be Scary
in Guest Blogger, Home, Life with a Triathlete

Single, 20-Something, And Tri-Ing: Dating

One of our favorite guest bloggers and tridaughter, Lindsay Berkebile, is back with a new series on being single, 20-something, and tri-ing.  Her original article had so much information that we decided to turn it into a series.  In future posts, Lindsay will be addressing having roommates, tri-ing on a budget, maintaining a social life, tri-fashion, and whatever else she comes up with.  To start,…

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THE TRIWIVESCLUB ONE YEAR LATER...
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THE TRIWIVESCLUB ONE YEAR LATER…

This week marks The TriWivesClub’s One Year Anniversary.  To us, it’s an unbelievable milestone.  Like everyone says these days, where did the time go?  When Jodi wrote the first piece, 4:30 AM Really!!!!, on 8/2/13, we had no idea where it would take us.  Would anyone want to read what we had to say?  If they did, what should we write about it?  More to the…

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HOW TO TURN A REV3 RACE INTO ADULT-SIZED KID FUN
in Life with a Triathlete, Rev3

HOW TO TURN A REV3 RACE INTO ADULT-SIZED KID FUN

The TriWives are so pleased to have another article featured on Rev3… Rev3 Triathlon race weekends are designed with not just the athlete in mind.  From the start of the weekend to the finish, it’s all about the whole athlete, including family and friends.  So, why not take advantage?  Whether you have kids or not, make one of your next Rev3 race a “just for…

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DON'T MISS THESE GREAT PLACES TO EAT IN BOULDER
in Food & fun, Ironman, Ironman 70.3, North America, Restaurants

DON’T MISS THESE GREAT PLACES TO EAT IN BOULDER

We hope you enjoyed our How to Have Tons of Fun in Boulder post that listed many things for you to do in Boulder. Now, we are back with places to eat in Boulder. The city is packed with great restaurants of every cuisine, so you’ll have no problem finding something to satisfy. Don’t forget that the Pearl Street Mall, a pedestrian shopping and dining mecca,…

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TAKING CREATIVE ACTION PHOTOS THAT WOW
in Home, How to, Life with a Triathlete, The Sport of Spectating

TAKING CREATIVE ACTION PHOTOS THAT WOW

You can’t believe the number of photographs we have taken of our triathletes from all of their races – well, you probably actually can if you’ve been a trisupporter for any length of time.  You start off wanting to get EVERY shot of your triathlete you possibly can.  You are so proud of yourself and can’t wait to show them the shot you got of…

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VISITING WILLIAMSBURG – PLACES TO EAT
in Food & fun, North America, Restaurants, Rev3

VISITING WILLIAMSBURG – PLACES TO EAT

If you’re visiting Williamsburg Virginia, we hope you checked out our Visiting Williamsburg – Things To Do guide with a whole list of great activities in the area. We hope you are planning on taking full advantage of all the area has to offer, as it is so rife with history and fun. Now, we’re back with places to eat. At some of the nicer…

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what are some things i can do to have fun in boulder
in Food & fun, Ironman, Ironman 70.3, North America

HOW TO HAVE TONS OF FUN IN BOULDER

Lucky you, if you are headed to Ironman Boulder or Ironman 70.3 Boulder or just going on vacation. We love Boulder. There is no shortage of activities, especially if you love being outdoors. The area is a mecca for athletes of all sorts, including many pro triathletes. Surrounded by the Flatiron Mountains and the crystal clear waters of Boulder Creek, there is truly something for…

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HOMEMADE RICE CAKES - SIMPLE and HEALTHY
in Getting Fit, On the Menu, Recipes

HOMEMADE RICE CAKES – SIMPLE and HEALTHY

I’m always searching for ways to make easy, healthy, AND  tasty meals for my family.  It’s not always an easy task, but sometimes I stumble upon a recipe that works on so many levels.  These simple, healthy, homemade rice cakes are a favorite in our house, especially for breakfast.  We like to add either a poached or fried egg and place on a bed of…

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Kitchen Table Omaha Brunch Review
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Kitchen Table Omaha Brunch Review

  Folks knew when we were moving to Omaha we were into realfood made right. On our two visits to check out the city, both times we were taken to the Kitchen Table for brunch. When I walked in the first time it was like home with reclaimed wood and bread cooling on the counter. Kitchen Table is located a couple blocks West of Old…

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THE SPORT OF SPECTATING - IRONMAN LAKE PLACID
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THE SPORT OF SPECTATING – IRONMAN LAKE PLACID

Update: All information is current for the 2018 race. Always be sure to check the Ironman website for any changes. Ironman Lake Placid has always been one of our favorite races and we have been here multiple times. The town goes all out on race day and gets totally into the spirit of the event. I was first introduced to the triathlon’s definition of a”stripper”…

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