Seebo's Run

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Friday, October 07, 2005


E wanted to go "short" today, so we did an Art Museum loop. Overcast, balmy, spent most of the time talking about various things. Can't think of much else to write about running a loop that we've run many a time earlier but rarely run anymore. We stopped running it because we got bored with it, both consciously and subconsciously, and some of that must have seeped through again.

Took a DNR yesterday, which I hate to do to one of my major workout days but the calves/achilles were still far from feeling right. They felt better today. PhillyRunner folks are looking to go 20 tomorrow, but I think I'll restrain myself and only do 10. Then Sunday is the 15k Del. Distance Classic, and hopefully this cycle of soreness won't start all over again.

Totals were 6.5 miles in 56:56; slowed some by the flaw in intelligent design again manifesting itself and forcing a stop at HUP.


Blogger tim said...

So Bill and I were running "The Loop" the other night - not just any loop, but the ERD/WRD (from when I was a kid; now Kelly/MLK)Loop - talking about your blog and we wandered into a discussion on how every runner has loops that are personal to them - cut in stone and as fixed as "The Loop", but completely unknown to others. The ones that start and end at our front doors. We give them names, and know their lengths and hills and mile markers (sort of), but no one else does.

This all started because we both had tried to figure out the "Acme Loop" without success.

We enjoy your blog. You write what we think when we run.

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