BRC Run – 8/25 – Back to Schools – 7.2 miles

24. August 2018 News 1

Time to Get Ready for School

Cooler mornings, buses clogging the roads, books, homework, sports. It’s all coming. Maybe we should remind ourselves where a few of these institutions are. Run down past Merrimack, into downtown South Andover. Go past St. Augustine’s and turn left on SCHOOL Street. When you get to Philips, come back the normal way, but take a little side jog at the end to go visit Franklin Elementary.

https://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/fullscreen/2214092725/

Reach. The. Beach. Is. Only THREE. Weeks. Away.

Yes, I’m definitely in trouble.

 

http://www.borderlinerunningclub.com

 

This girl called me the other day and said “come over, there’s nobody home.” So I went over. There was nobody home.

When I was a kid my parents moved a lot, but I always found them.

I tell you, with my doctor, I don’t get no respect. I told him, “I’ve swallowed a bottle of sleeping pills.” He told me to have a few drinks and get some rest.

My doctor told me to watch my drinking. Now I drink in front of a mirror.

 

Erik

BRC70

 

Countdown Calendar
Reach the Beach Relay 9/14/2018                21
Berlin Marathon 9/16/2018                23
Clarence DeMar Marathon 9/30/2018                37
Smuttynose Rockfest Half Marathon 9/30/2018                37
BRC Ultra Border Crawl 10/6/2018                43
Chicago Marathon 10/7/2018                44
Trot for Special Tots 10/14/2018                51
Knights on the Run 5K 10/20/2018                57
Baystate Marathon and Half 10/21/2018                58
The Assault on Mt. Hood 12/8/2018             106


1 thought on “BRC Run – 8/25 – Back to Schools – 7.2 miles”

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