Lots of port-a-potties for lots of racers!
When we left Home Town, Texas, the visibility was 0.
It wasn't much better in Dallas when we arrived.
The pre-race activities took place in front of Dallas City Hall.
Many people got ready...
...by donning a turkey costume...
...in order to set a new Guinness World Record
for the most people dressed as turkeys at an organized event.
Ready to race!
There were many unusual hats! It was hard to take their picture without being obvious.
On you mark, get set, go!
As you can see, the fog didn't burn off as much as they expected.
The unusual weather did provide many unique views of downtown Dallas.
Looking up into the fog.
After the race EK and mr. mil10 fought through the crowds of people
to pick up a few post-race snacks.
Our next stop after the race was Highland Park Cafeteria for Thanksgiving lunch. We were greeted by an employee serving their popular Although mr. mil10 jokingly (and somewhat seriously) expected to be dining with a bunch of sad and lonely people, the restaurant was filled to near-capacity with families of all types. The couple waiting behind us in line drove from Tyler, Texas to eat their annual Thanksgiving meal at HPC. Compared to everyone else, the mil10s were considerably underdressed as we were still wearing our race apparel. However, we were not alone as we spotted at least three other Turkey Trotters dining at HPC as well.
We had a great Thanksgiving! We will probably trot again. We will probably eat at Highland Park Cafeteria again. We will definitely continue to be thankful for all of the blessings God has given to us!