Thanksgiving Eve…

We’re on.

Yes, we still meet the day before Thanksgiving.  In fact, what better way to eat guilt free than to get in a good run the night before!

6 p.m. Corner of 11th and Holly.   Route #8.  Wear reflective gear.


Check out this article.  One of the most fascinating running-related stories I’ve read in a long time.  It highlights the fact, that under the veneer of normalcy, people are crazy…especially us runners.


This morning (Monday) on NPR there was a story about endurance athletes and caffeine.  So grab a cup of coffee, a caffeinated Gu and listen to this story.

See you on Wednesday.


2 Responses to Thanksgiving Eve…

  1. John van der Harst says:

    Re. the article, I think most runners are honest because running, in multiple dimensions, is about reality. A rare exception, WI Congressman Paul Ryan (R), claimed his one over-4-hour marathon had been run in under 3 hours. His reward: keeping a VP nomination, when that fabrication could have been used as an excuse to replace him with a more honest candidate. Now that choice, Mark, reflects primarily on a wishful/dismissive/reality-bending population-set that I would be far more inclined to label “crazy” than runners!

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