Monday, May 26, 2008

pineland farms trail challenge, photos part ll

finisher's cow bell

emmy, post-race

staci, post-race

me and sarah, post-race

meredith, anthony, eddie, and me, pre-race.
hey, wonder if they'd start this race w/out us?

more race photos (part I).
here is my race report.


Bob Gentile said...

Awesome Job Frank and glad they had some beer for ya at the finish

Love the Gold Cowbell, thats a nice award!!

Have a great recovery week!

Ronster said...

Cool race. Man, I wish I lived near all of you guys!

Dusty said...

50 miles - GREAT job!!! Sounds like you all had a fun time of it too!

Kevin said...

Again, you take the best race pictures. By the way, to answer your question, I hope to run a sub 4 hour marathon. Usually, when I'm tired, I can eek out an 8:50 to 9 minute mile. So if I train hard enough and run slow enough during the marathon, sub 4 should be attainable, I hope.

Anonymous said...

Hi RD - I ran the 25K's at both Pineland and Greenbelt and have loved reliving those experiences by reading your blog entries. You seem to also have great taste in literature! Look forward to more wonderful accounts from the trails and will hope to say hello at one of these races. Maybe I will graduate to the longer courses one day..!

Jack from Boston

DawnB said...

Congratulations Frank You guys rock. I'm looking forward to more reports, they will push me in the right direction to step it up!!!

mindy said...

oh man!! I have been behind on reading your blog or I would have been looking for you! So sorry! I'm glad you had an awesome time - I recognize the folks in your pics, I probably handed you your cowbell (do you remember someone on crutches at the finish?). So glad you enjoyed your time in Maine and that you had such a fantastic race! Our paths will cross soon, I'm sure!

rundangerously said...

thanks bob! when will your race schedule bring you up to the city?

thanks ron! ditto, when will your race schedule bring you down to the city?

thanks kevin! you'll definitely bring it under 4!!

thanks jack! any chance you're near wakefield? we're heading up there at the end of july for the 24 hour run around the lake?

thanks dawn! will see you soon!

oh mindy! i knew you had pineland on your schedule. but when you got injured it didn't occur to me you'd be there as a volunteer! glad the recovery is coming along!

Anonymous said...

RD - I will be in your neck of the woods (NYC) the weekend of the Wakefield Race...

rundangerously said...

are you coming down for the nyc half by chance?

rundangerously said...

thanks dusty!