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Nice write-up on Run Wenatchee website (Read 161 times)

scottydawg


Barking Mad To Run

    After I sent Steve of Run Wenatchee my report on the Turkey Trot I did up there, he did a very nice posting on me and my visit on the Run Wenatchee website.  Here is the link if you are interested:

     

    article here: http://www.runwenatchee.com/

    "Do what you can, with what you have, where you are." Theodore Roosevelt

      Scotty.  Welcome.

      Short term goal: 17:59 5K

      Mid term goal:  2:54:59 marathon

      Long term goal: To say I've been a runner half my life.  (I started running at age 45).

      Jack K.


        Wow! We have a celebrity in our midst! Great stuff, Scotty, I enjoyed reading that.

        2014 races

        Santa Anita Derby Day 5k - 5 Apr  

        Mountains to Beach Marathon - 25 May

        Chloey


        Run Like a Mother

          Hi Scottydog! I just linked the article too! Sorry, I didn't see yours!  And I looked too!!  Sorry I missed meeting you! I was going to run that run but had to be out of town!

          So_Im_a_Runner


          Go figure

            Great article Scottie...Your 2F's are really what it's all about.  My sherpa always gets a "dog of the race" pic for me at every race I do....but I bet if I started carrying treats I'd do even better!

            PRs:  Marathon (2:49xx; '13)  Half (1:25xx; '12) 10k (40:26; '11) 5mi (29:23; '13) 5k (17:33; '13)

              Nice article Scotty!
              PragmaticRnnr


              Fitness Jogger

                Great write up Scotty!  

                Hey Doc


                Feets don't fail me now

                  Can someone cut and paste the article?  For some reason, my computer feels that the Wenatchee website is going to harm it.

                  BIS


                  High Horse

                    Scottydog meets Wenatchee

                    WRITTEN ON DEC 1ST, 2012 BY STEVE, CATEGORY NEWSSTEVE MAHER'S BLOGTHANKSGIVING DAY RUNTRAINING

                    By Steve Maher
                    RunWenatchee.com

                    If you were at Turkey on the Run on Thanksgiving Day in Wenatchee, you most likely saw Scott Kabrich of San Antonio, Texas.

                    He was hard to miss in his bright orange shirt, even more so with the words, “I beat cancer. Never give up!,” stamped on the back.

                    Scott Kabrich — a.k.a. Scottydog — takes a photo of Turkey on the Run participants at Rotary Park in Wenatchee on Nov. 22.

                    Kabrich was in Wenatchee with his wife, Gail, to visit his in-laws for the holiday. And that opened up an opportunity for the avid runner and walker to do RunWenatchee’s Turkey on the Run, which in turn provided fodder for the “photo race reports” he does for Runner’s World around the country.

                    In his blog, the cancer survivor goes by the pen name of Scottydog, a take on his penchant for handing out dog biscuits to the four-legged variety he meets on his jaunts. He posts tons of photos, of course. Because of spinal arthritis, he no longer runs an entire event but instead employs the run-walk method. That allows him to tote along his camera and shoot away whenever he wishes.

                    “I’m on what I call the ’2F Plan,’ which stands for Fun and Finish,” Kabrich writes with good-natured humor.

                    Of his visit here, Kabrich writes of participating in Turkey on the Run as well as taking jaunts on his own in the Wenatchee Foothills, along the Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail, and in Cashmere.

                    “(Turkey on the Run) is a very fun event in a very friendly town with lots of friendly folks,” he writes. “Although the weather was a bit ‘brisk’ for this South Texas cold weather wimp, it could have been a lot worse from what the locals told me. … So I consider myself very luck to have had a 35 degree temperature, no wind, and sunshine. When they found out I was from San Antonio, a few of the participants jokingly thanked me for bringing some warmer weather with me this year.”

                    He came away impressed with the loop trail, finding it similar in ways to San Antonio’s famed River Walk. In Cashmere, he wished the riverfront trail was longer (don’t we all!) but loved the river views. And when he visited Saddle Rock, he ran into our friend, Charlie Naismith, who gave him the “low-down” on all the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust doings in the foothills. Way to go, Charlie!

                    Again, check out Scottydog’s blog here. He took so many photos that if you did Turkey on the Run, there’s a decent chance he got a shot of you. And it’s always interesting to get a visitor’s take on our stunning Wenatchee Valley.

                    Steve Maher, a partner in RunWenatchee and AdventureWenatchee, is an avid runner and recreationalist. He also is a freelance magazine and online writer. Prior to joining RunWenatchee, he was an editor and reporter at The Wenatchee World.

                    I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member ~ Groucho Marx.

                    BIS


                    High Horse

                      Cool deal Scotty.

                      I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member ~ Groucho Marx.

                      Hey Doc


                      Feets don't fail me now

                        Great article, Scotty!!!  Love it!!


                        Mmmmm...beer

                          Way to go Scotty!  Love your RRs!

                          -Dave

                           

                          2014 Goals | sub-19 5k | sub-1:26 HM | BQ done!

                          RunTomRun


                          Wickedly Average

                            Way to go, Scotty!  You're a celebrity now. Just don't go all "Kardashian" on us now!

                             

                            Cool

                            Tom (formerly known as PhotogTom)

                            5K - 25:16, 10K - 55:31,  15K - 1:20:55,   HM - 1:55:21

                            runmomto3boys


                              That's SO cool!  I love the pics of you that he posted as well.  You do good stuff, Scotty! 


                              Miles to go

                                Great article!

                                PRs: 5K: 25:35 / 10K: 53:03 / 10mi: 1:26:15 / HM: 1:55:02

                                Upcoming: HM 4/13

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