Monthly Archives: November 2010

Calling the Red Cross (Day 29)

November 10, 2010 Before I ran into the woods today, I realized that I was starting to get a sense of completion being near at hand.  As I pored over the map that I have so diligently and laboriously kept … Continue reading

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Closing Out The Seven Hills (Day 28)

November 3, 2010 I expected my run into the woods today to be one of those “mail-in” type of runs.  In front of me was a leftover from the southwesternmost part of Harriman State Park, and in my mind, I … Continue reading

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“Y” Did I Run Today? (Day 27)

November 2, 2010 I had been avoiding today’s run for weeks, and the reason – I knew – was because of the way it presented itself.  With other runs that I had done in August and September, I had covered … Continue reading

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Green Day, and no, not the band (Day 26)

October 29, 2010 Today was the 100th anniversary of W. Averell Harriman deeding land to the State of New York for the creation of Harriman State Park. Yes, on October 29, 1910, a check in the amount of $ 1 … Continue reading

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Popolopen Torne & Gorge: And The Leaves, They Are a-Fallin’ (Day 25)

October 26, 2010 I knew that the forecast for tomorrow was for rain.  I also knew that the previous time I had run in this area of the park, it had been raining, and although I had fun that day, … Continue reading

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Day On Dunderberg Mountain (Day 24)

October 22, 2010 The run into the woods today held a certain measure of intrigue for me.  The intrigue came in the form of a story I had read on the back of one of my trail maps about the … Continue reading

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