Have you ever noticed how magnificent the sky is early in morning. Today was no exception as once again we witnessed another shooting star (or meteor, satellite or space trash). The sky was bright from the stars and along comes a streak of light. Great motivation to come out into the gloom every morning.
7 post at Swagger for the weekly long run. The weather was brisk but not too cool. Good to still break a sweat but not freeze.
Conditions: 46 degrees and 73% humidity
Departed Blockbuster headed north on St. Andrews Road before turning west on Lake Murray Blvd. Goal was to run as far as you can in 22 minutes before making the return trip back. Second goal was to have a negative split. Shortest distance covered was 2.8 miles by a walker not trying to exhaust himself before a longer trail run this afternoon. Longest distance ran by at least two pax was 5 miles.
COT & BOM
Great job Dufrense and Skinny Jeans. You set a good pace for other to follow which pushes in the entire pax.
- Trail Run is today. The Preblast for the afternoon downPAINment is posted . If you’d like more information and or plan to attend, please contact AlterBoy at [email protected] so that they can coordinate logistics and have a complete head count.
- Regional convergence is this Saturday at Finlay Park. Get there by 6:50 a.m. to post at 7:00. Wear shirts if you have them.
- Irmo Chapin Rec Commission is hosting a Sleigh Bell Stroll and Trot at Saluda Shoals Park on November 25th and 26th. Consider support the ICRC for their support of F3. More info at http://www.icrc.net/sleigh-bell-trot-2013-11-26
- We’re working on at THIRD Palmetto 200 relay team. We have 28+ participants so far with more coming from Greenville, Charlotte and elsewhere. This will not be an event you want to miss. Check the pre-blast for details and contact Chaser or YHC if you’re ready to commit.