Random Jumble of Stuff
Time Change. Pi Day. St Patrick’s Day. Pick your poison. Celebrate any way you like, but maybe also celebrate by going to Haverhill for a border. Pick up the Boxford border as necessary. Wear green. Bring a pie. Drink some beer. Or don’t. https://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/fullscreen/1745985692/
A shorter route, but you get to start with the whole club. Bailout by taking South Bradford past Smolak Farms, and come back via Dale and Salem Streets. https://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/fullscreen/2182551115/
Paul Geffken has been working to organize a BRC outing to go curling. No prior experience is necessary. He has sent out announcements to the mailing list, and posted information on social media. Here are the details:
We are two weeks out from the BRC gathering on Friday, March 29th from 7 PM to 9 PM at the Philips Rink for a little curling. There is still space for people interested in joining the fun.
To register, please follow the link: http://phillipsacademy.maxgalaxy.net/BrowseActivities.aspx
Please try to complete the waiver and pay your $20.00 registration fee by Wednesday, March 20th. We've also opened it to your spouses or significant others.
Drinks to follow post event at the Park Street Pub.
The Run to Breakfast (Next week!) 20 miles.
I have only had confirmation of one lone runner for next week’s BRC Run to Breakfast.™ Speedy Petey will be scouting the rail trail to determine if our lone runner will run the primary route, or the bailout route if the primary is too snowy/swampy. Both are 20.3 miles, and both end at the Anchor Pub and Grille in Beverly. Return-trip rides to the Common are available if we know how many one-way runners we have. Note the timing of this run. In order to arrive for breakfast (around 9:40 AM), some pace “groups” will have to leave earlier than usual. That assumes we have “groups.” I’ll send out full details on Sunday. Let me know as soon as you decide if you’re running.
I went to a restaurant that serves ‘breakfast at any time,’ so I ordered French toast during the Renaissance