Jeff’s Maine Recap 72 Miles Running – 2000 miles Driving!
Just got back from Maine late last night. I really enjoyed my first visit to this beautiful part of the country. I was thrilled to be able to get in 72 miles for the week (and 4 runs with Tamara – yeah!). I wasn’t really expecting to but I ran all 7 days we were there. My longest run was 16 miles and my shortest was 7 miles. It was nice to be able to run in cooler temperatures (one morning my hands were cold) and I also had a run in the rain. A few mornings were so foggy that I couldn’t see more than a few feet in front of me. I love running outside but the treadmill has spoiled me a bit. It is nice to just wake up and not worry about the weather in the morning. Boy did we do some driving. Seems like everything in Maine is so spread out we drove around 2000 miles for the week! I had a great time. I’m looking forward to a good week of running and I’m excited to run the Annapolis 10 Miler on Sunday.
A few more pics to share!
Saw this a few mornings
Ran by this stream every day – Beautiful!
Ran through the Robyville covered bridge on my 16 mile run.
Ran this road every day.
Tamara on the famous “Golden Road”
We even found time to have dinner at the Pelletier Loggers Restaurant
Posted on August 21, 2011, in Uncategorized, Vacation Runs and tagged American Loggers, Annapolis 10 Miler, Corinth, Golden Road, Jeff, Kenduskeag, Maine, Pelletier Loggers Restaurant, Robyville Covered Bridge, Tamara. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.