Joined by daughter Natalie who will be running some days and biking others.

Join Us for a Mile or a Morning

We keep being asked the logistics of how this works. So here it is...

We drove the route last winter and every 15 miles looked for a place to park the motorhome for a night. Across the state we have farmers, businesses, churches and schools who have welcomed us to stay on their properties. In the morning we take the tow car and drive back 15 miles to the previous nights spot. This is where the run starts. We run to the motorhome, rest, eat and cleanup. Then we go back to the car, hook it up and tow it to the next nights spot and repeat the process.

Sunday, May 21, 2017

COLD...WET...WINDY... Another day of the same.  But, fortunately we waited until the rain was pretty well stopped AND the wind was from the west.  So, all in all it was a good run.  Natalie was back to keep me on track.
I also had my new cold/wet weather garb on.  I really didn't need it and was pretty warm during the run, but after yesterday, it was niiiice.
Received an email from Tom O'Leary this morning.  Now Tom is the Byron track coach, Team R.E.D. founder (Run, Eat and Drink or at least two of the three) and enthusiast extraordinaire.  There are never any sad faces when Tom is around.  He attached this cheer from the Byron track team at the True Team State Meet.  I hope they had a marvelous event.  Thank you for the support!!!
Also in the email he said I have to be sure to get a picture, because our host family was his wife's aunt and uncle, Nancy & Mike Sohler (how coincidental is that).  Mike had called on Saturday to tell us to make ourselves at home as they would not be there when we arrived.  Mike's dad passed away yesterday, so keep them in your prayers this week.  They stopped in on their way out today and we had a nice chat & took the picture. 

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