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City running, and Valley Forge

I’m not a pavement runner. Back in Anchorage, I rarely run on the road except to reach the Coastal Trail, which is exactly 1.6 miles from our house. 737 more words

illustrating the endless diversity of cityscapes

One may argue that the most difficult aspect to notice is that which is all and ever present (the fish and water argument). Luckily, I’ve been living in big cities not long enough to run a┬árisk of taking them that much for granted. 3,543 more words

(trail) Running

Hell on Hills 5k

They say that Canton Avenue is the steepest dedicated street in North America. That means a real street not some phony-ass bull$hit street.

Beechview, PA. This is real y’all. 579 more words


Urban Running

Some useful information on these infographics and, if you’re in the USA, the best cities to go running in.
Source: Fix.com

Running update

It’s been a while, no?

But I’m still running. Still getting out and hitting the streets here in the Philly suburbs. It’s odd, running in the suburbs, passing houses with manicured lawns and then, as I venture up into the hilly sections, large mansions with large yards and everything perfectly placed and color-coordinated. 558 more words