My goal was to average a marathon (26 miles) a day of running for the four days in town. Came fairly close with 94 miles in little over 3 days. With how bad Vegas weather had been before and after my dates, I lucked out with mid 50s and very little wind on Mon, Tues and Wed. Home base was Silver Sevens, one of few places to leave outdoor hot tub open all year, which is great after a long day of exercise. First day running was spent picking up LVA book and heading to various casinos to use gambling coupons. Later in day, the UNLV track was used to get in more miles and also avoid stoplight crossings. Got a chance to visit with head women's track coach and after sharing my interests in pole vaulting, was offered the chance be a volunteer coach for the event. Told her I was an out-of-towner, but thanks anyway. Day two took me from Silver Sevens to Lake Las Vegas and back, with trail running at Wetlands Park in between. After pounding pavement of Flamingo Ave, it was a treat to hit the open spaces of rural Vegas. The third day consisted of doing the circumference of McCarran and also much of Sunset Park, which is SE of airport. I was dragging ass that afternoon, but after an hour break of rest went back out later in the afternoon. Ran from Silver Sevens to Orleans, Gold Coast and Palms for gambling coupon usage. Felt recharged and ended up going until it after dark, for at least 8 hours total that day. With a steady rain on the final day, I settled for about 10 miles in the morning and called it quits. If I would have stayed around for there weekend, there was a 48-hour race (Jackpot Ultra Running Festival) going on near Henderson. And, for the lightweights, a simple 100 miler, as well. A running buddy of mine did the 100 and finished in around 14 hours for 2nd place. The winner for 48-hour race did 213 miles.