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Riverbend Park Trail Run Along The Potomac River

=PR= Race Series held their third of four free trail runs this morning at Riverbend Park in Great Falls.  From =PR= Race Series website: The Trail series is perfect for runners of all levels.  If you are new to trail and just want to try it out, if you are an experienced trail-head or somewhere […]


Algonkian Regional Park Trail Run

Bill and I joined some of our Cruiser and MRTT friends this morning for the first of four =PR= Spring Trail Runs.  All four events are at different parks and free of charge; however, you are required to either register in advance online or signup the morning of the event.  Water and snacks were provided […]


Bill’s Mountain Trail Run To Maryland Heights

Bill and I have been trying to do more trail runs in the last year, and we have received a lot of inspiration from local running groups and friends posting on Instagram. There are some good trails and even mountains a relatively short drive away. After seeing some photos of a local group running Maryland […]


A Run Through Great Falls Park

I’ve been trying to meet up and run with Logan of Mountains and Miles since last fall.  We had a couple of runs planned in October but my dad got sick and I was out of town.  We signed up for a trail race together this spring, but Logan aggravated her IT Band at a […]


Our Family is Growing!

I’ve written this post in my head several times this week, but didn’t dare start writing it until last night.  I had a dream last week that I wrote this post in advance and forgot to change the date for it not to post until today, so it posted immediately and Julie learned that Joseph […]


2013 George Washington Parkway Classic Ten Mile Run Race Recap

Today was the George Washington Parkway Classic Ten-Miler.  It’s a beautiful course that runs along the Potomac River from Mount Vernon to Alexandria.  I first ran this race in 1999 with my friend Miles, but didn’t return again until 2009.  It’s become an annual Cruiser event for the last five years, and you can read […]

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