I felt the blister coming on at the end of the first mile, but my son Jacari was running with me and this would be the first time he ran more than a mile without stopping. He usually sprints, stops and sprints again. He's a boy.
So we ran up a hill at the beginning of the second mile and my foot felt a little better, but down the other side it was worse. But Jacari was still running and I did not want to be the reason he stopped. So I kept on running. Jacari made the whole three miles. So it was worth a blister.
It shouldn't be too bad since it is on the back of my heel, not the bottom. I rode the bike thirteen miles after I got the blister and that's no problem at all. Nigel rode with us. He was encouraging us and not at all interested in a three-mile run.
Nigel and Jacari