So I'm back from Texas (well, three days ago anyway).
Hannah and I ran in a 5k hosted by the local running club, proceeds went to Habitat for Humanity.
-I think about 50 people ran. That might be the smallest event I've ever competed in. I did not come close to winning.
-Hannah came in third woman overall.
-The entry fee was $10 each. Hannah had mailed the check and entry forms in a week or so earlier, yet they didn't have us registered on race day. The organizer said it was probably because nobody bothered to check the mailbox in the past week. So they took us at our word and let us race. We'll see if that check ever clears.
-As I mentioned, total entry fees for us were $20. They gave out door prizes after the awards. Between us, we won two free dinners at a local Mexican restaurant, plus $10 off at another restaurant. So, somehow, we came out ahead in all this (especially if they never cash that check!).
So, the upshot is we plan to race in more tiny Texas races, as odds are we'll probably end up breaking even.