A Few Words About Boston

I lived in Boston for a while. During my time there I ran around town, participated in races and even stood near the Finish Line at the Boston Marathon. I still have friends there. So it was more than a little disturbing when I found out about the bombings.

Boston, Massachusetts

Boylston Street in Boston

Of course I have pictures of Boston. You’ll notice as you look that I really like buildings, water, and animals. Lot’s of buildings, actually… Anyway, enjoy the pics.

From Quincy to Boston

From Quincy to Boston

On Saturday I did something I’ve been planning for a good while. Whenever I do a long run, I wind up within spitting distance of Boston before I turn back towards home. For once, why not just run all the way into town? Ten miles could put me right in the middle of it, and […]

52. Boston Run to Remember, 2010

52. Boston Run to Remember, 2010

I was having a hard time getting back into the swing of things after my first New England Winter, so I set a clear goal for myself. I would run another half-marathon in under two hours. At the very least, I would finish it without walking. At the most, I would train my way out of my Fatboy Jeans again, and this time I would burn them.

51. Marine Corps Honor Run, 2010

Hiding from the rain

Okay, it’s time for Race 51: The Marine Core Honor Run. This one is is meant to recognize the contributions of peeps in the Marine Corps and in law enforcement. They give out scholarships and bonds to the children of said peeps, so it’s yet another run race for a warm and fuzzy cause.

Boston Marathon 2010: From the Sidelines

Boston Marathon 2010: From the Sidelines

My first Boston Marathon was just as I had expected… I was there as a spectator. Among other things, I discovered that my camera’s battery is going south, I am still unable to dress for the unpredictable Boston weather, and I need a new digital camera with a better pixel-count.