On the road again
I'm back in the road. That isn't such a bad thing. I planned this trip much better than the last.
The last trip was to Seattle. I tried to maximize my time in the office and in so doing, well, screwed myself.
I went to work early that morning after getting up at 5:30 am. I worked until around 1:30 or so and hopped on a flight to Seattle. The plane landed around 8:40 pm and I then had time to rent a car, drop my bags at the hotel and then drive 2 hours to the job site where I was meeting the crew.
I got back to the hotel around 6:30 am and had to be up at 10:00 am to meet the crew for some training. So a 25 hour day followed by a "full" 3 hours of sleep. There's a good idea!
The rest of that day went fine but I only managed another 3 hours of sleep before I headed off to meet the crew at another job site about 1.5 hours away.
I did finally manage a few hours of sleep that week. No workouts though. Only 2-3 meals.
I followed that week with the LA 13.1 mentioned in a previous post. I did fine.
So this week is much better planned.
First, the job sites are within 30 minutes or so of the warehouse and they don't start until 5:00 am. I am using today to travel and visit some previous job sites and I will get to bed early after a short run. Tomorrow will be an early morning but the day won't be too long. I will visit the crew at a job site, do some more store visits, and drive to Colorado Springs. I have one more store to visit there but that will be a fairly short trip and then I am done.
Much better planned. And besides, killing yourself for a boss who doesn't even know you are gone seems silly, don't you think?
On a side note. I'm a bit worried about this flight. They said it was full but there are only about 7 of us here at the gate. I got a seat at the "back" and I'm in isle 4. This should be fun. At least we don't have to go over any mountains to get from LA to Denver.