But he did it and looked great doing it. And it was all for a good cause. He did it to raise funds for Camp Sunshine, which is a camp on Lake Sebago for kids with terminal illnesses. Their parents can come up with their children and stay there to enjoy quality time together in a beautiful setting. Great charity for sure.
|Some of the participants today.|
Finished up and pulled out a chair and read (Stephen King's "Full Dark, No Stars") while everyone else ran. Kate did great, getting in 12.5 miles.
Once everyone finished, a few of us went to the Blacksmith Winery for a tasting and I picked up a bottle of their blueberry wine, which I found to be most excellent. I'm more of a beer guy, but this is good stuff.
Looking forward to heading down to Beantown tomorrow to run the last 15 miles of the course with some friends. Should be another grand day centered around running!
|Trail Monsters after the run.|
|Jeff, myself and Kate.|
|Me, Kate, Blaine, Christine, Erin, Bob and Nate|
at the Blacksmith Winery afterwards.
Trails, small section of paved road.
Mid 30s to around 40, partly cloudy.
Brooks Mach 13, shorts, short sleeved shirt, long sleeved shirt, beanie, gloves.