I DNF'd at the Bandera 100k.
Not a good experience. My first dnf. I guess I should learn something from this. What I did learn is , it is a very difficult decision to quit. I had not experienced this before and thought it would never happen to me. Never say Never.
Many things cross your mind as you ponder quitting. But ultimately there will be another day.
I admit I got emotional and I almost came to tears. Thank God for the great volunteers at the Bandera 100k, specifically at Chapas aid station and Paul Stone and especially Shan. I got a hug and sincere empathy.