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Category Archives: Running
In an amusing 1966 movie from my childhood, “The Russians are coming, the Russians are coming”, there is a scene where a Russian in heavily accented English shouts, “Emergency, emergency – everyone to get from street”. For reasons not clear … Continue reading
As I wrote about in my last post, there is a great incentive for people to take part in the Run for Bidwell Mansion this Saturday the 31st. And it just got better. Runners who pick up their race packets … Continue reading
The nine days between now and 31 March constitute the final stretch in the fundraising effort to keep Bidwell Mansion State Historic Park open. The Bidwell Mansion Community Project’s last big push is the Run for Bidwell Mansion, taking place … Continue reading
Take a look at my main blog, “Planes, Trains, and Running” for a post that Chico area residents may be interested in. It’s another chance to ride Amtrak’s Coast Starlight down the San Joaquin Valley and over the rugged Tehachapis … Continue reading
If you have 3 other friends who run, then you have a team for the Whiskeytown Relays on Sunday, 19 September. Never done a relay? Here’s your chance to try one out without making a big commitment to an all-day, … Continue reading
DNR (l to r) PETER, CHRIS, JESSICA, SEAN, LISA, SARAH, JOHN, GREG, LAUREL, DAVE, ROSEANN (+ Daniel & Bridget of the DNR Next Generation 2026 – not pictured GENEVIEVE)(photo by Steve Duke) My previous post and my story about the … Continue reading
WINGFIELD PARK BY THE TRUCKEE RIVER, DOWNTOWN RENO This is what Wingfield Park looks like this afternoon, Thursday, 3 June. Starting tomorrow between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., the first runner from each of 153 teams will be leaving here … Continue reading
Last Sunday’s Eugene Marathon brought a large number of Chicoans to the home of the University of Oregon to run in the marathon and half marathon events. The event provided a great venue for many locals to run their first … Continue reading
It’s hard to imagine that nearly a year has passed since I ran my first marathon in nearly 19 years. Since I had so much fun (to the extent that running 26.2 miles is fun), I’m heading north to Eugene, … Continue reading