Thanks -- hoping everyone is OK. Take care!
Prayers for all our friends on the East Coast!
Leslie Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain -------------
2016 Preliminary List:
Feb 13 - Hagg Lake 50k; Mar 19 - 4MPH Challenge; June 4 - Grasshopper Peak 30k; June 17 & 18 - Wild Rogue Relay; June 25 & 26 Western States Volunteer; July 23 - Pick Your Poison 24 Hr.
"You're a good man, Dad." "I'm a good man?" "The best . . ." Jim Gleason 04-13-1941 to 08-25-2015 Ultrarunnerpodcast
Trail Runner Nation
Hang tough folks. We're praying for you here in the Midwest.
"He conquers who endures" - Persius "Every workout should have a purpose. Every purpose should link back to achieving a training objective." - Spaniel
Hmm, I know a lot of folks are out of power...
........yes, but they'll Appreciate the Thought later........
..nothing takes the place of persistence.....
Hi friends .... just checking in from Mass. - I spent the night on Cape Cod with my in-laws and they did fine - no power loss. Hubby was holding down the fort at home and we were spared too.
Hope others are checking in .... thanks for all the positive thoughts!!
Rose Colored Glasses
Hiya!We are fine in Southeast Virginia! Kept our power. Only debris and small limbs scattered around the yard. NASA is back to work. It is very cold now. I am quite concerned about Mustang Mom and Nono and Hally and Orange Mat and PBJ and TwoCat and all those in NYC and NJ and CT!
Thanks for asking!Now I would like to hear from Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan and Upstate New York!
MM#209 / JapanJoyful#803
thanks denise. thanks econo.
2Kat checked in on the daily but there are so many past and present boomers
out there in harm's way, especially, wasn't OM right in the very middle of it?
Regarding my 200th marathon in 8:16:36.6 at age 73 compared to Ed Whitlock’s 2:54:48 at age 73 and my first one at 3:52:15 at age 34, "That was a good day. It was never a struggle, . . . . almost like walking"
7 Deadly Shins
Yes, I am worried about Hally in Long Island!
Running is stupid
haven't heard from Hally, but OM posted on FB today and sounds like everything is ok with her!
Trails are hard!
It was strange here in Charlotte, NC. An hour east got lots of rain and an hour west got snow. All we got was a little wind and cold.
I left DW back at home in MA and she survived with little difficulty--only about 15 minutes of outage. Also no flooding, wind damage, or zombie plagues. all is good.
Need a fast half for late fall. Then I need to actually train for it.
This is what twocat posted on the daily today with his limited internet access:
We lost our power and will likely be out for several days. Some other damage to our lawn and inconvenience but nothing we will not survive. Down by the shore it was a different story! The water came up 7' and swamped homes and businesses down there. My DW and I are now at a friend's house where there is power and HOT water for showers! No running for us today (or me in the near future) just a long walk around the area to see what was up. A lot of trees came down (taking wires with them) that blocked various major roads around our house. Going the mile from our place to the beach (totally flooded!) required a rather circuitous route!
Thanks for starting this thread, Econo.
"Champions are everywhere; all you need is to train them properly..." ~Arthur Lydiard
Nono and her family are fine - they opted not to evacuate, and she posted on FB that they're okay.
I hammered down the trail, passing rocks and trees like they were standing still.