I lurk, but don't post much.
From Northern Maryland - Run around Catoctin and sometimes make my way to PA and run in Michaux Forest.
Eat to run, Run to eat
If I were here, I'd say I was from Central NJ, due east of Trenton.
Stone Mill 50m 11/16/13 12:42
Febapple Frozen 50k 2/22/14 9:20:55
DIrty German 50m 5/18/14 12:06:16
From South-central PA (Gettysburg)
Run in Michaux and along the Appalachian Trail.
I lurk, but don't ever post (until now)
From Western NY, run in various county parks and Letchworth SP
From Southwest Utah
Running in the Dixie National Forest and Zion National park
Trail and Ultra Running User Group
Le professeur de trail
I went from being a regular poster to...uh...I don't know what now. I guess I lurk but just trying to keep up with everyone...
On injured reserve. This running stuff is over rated.
runMD - do you (or have you) run the Catoctin 50k in July?
The incarnation of peacefulness and patience
I'm an old curmudgeon living around Madison, Wi. More lurker these days. We have a variety of good trails on public lands around here plus I do a lot of recreating in northen Wi. --Vilas Co.
I oversee this joint. Or something.
Running is dumb. I should be getting my 100 continuous days of not running chip here soon.
Huh, I have a blog?
You lurkers should post more often. We need some more threads other than the dailies.
Faster Than Your Couch!
From central PA. Sometimes spotted running in MD (northern D.C. area).
But for the most part running in the Rothrock State Forest area.
Run for fun.
I'm here but running a lot more roads than trails these days........mostly run around the streets of Philly and occasionally on trails in the area.
Although I am looking forward to a night hike tomorrow and catching the sunrise on the trails.
My Blog: trailsandcocktails.com
I Run for Oiselle
Im not here.
Welcome stalkers lurkers. My name is Jon and I run.
From southwest CT - I run in Ward Pound Ridge Reservation (across the border in NY) and in a couple of CT state parks, and race in CT, NY and elsewhere in New England. I generally run shorter than most of the clowns on this forum.
I have slunk into lurker mode as of late though I seem to be running reasonably well and in fact had my highest weekly mileage in over 4 years last week.
BoyJame - I have run Catoctin and volunteered there once. I sort of liked it. Definitely hard and rocky. Downhill for the most part with some uphill for the out portion. Coming back oh it's like up up and up some more. Oh, and of course it's held in the humid days of summer with a casually normal morning start time ensuring the heat of the day for everyone! Typical winning times are 5 hours.
Trapped in the night, moving alone, caught in a world of glass and stone...
Down to skin and bone.
Mostly run roads but about once a week I head out to the nearest trails at the White Tanks, mountains.
Running is dumb.