With the impending Grandma’s Marathon, where is the best place to hide?
Any one of the non-state park campgrounds up the north shore. There's a whole bunch of them, some are even free. Info can be found @ http://www.fs.fed.us/r9/forests/superior/recreation/camping/. Personally, I've always enjoyed packing up the car and just space cruising around to a few of them until I find just the right one. Have fun!
Stay inside your home, otherwise you will be eaten.
I'll be hiding in plain site in my yard on London Road watching the runners go by. I'm not planning on going anyplace. I'll let you know how that goes.
I'm holing up in my basement watching old episodes of Ghostbusters.
I'll be in Ironic1's yard, offering shots of Maker's Mark to the runners, as usual.
Executing deep-cover reconnaissance missions in the canal.
Cornucopea Wisconsin...nobody runnin over there, just drinking beer all peaceful like.
By the time runners get to Lakeside/London Road they might want a shot of something stronger than propel ... I think you're on to something.
Since I'm two doors down from Ironic1, I may run down the block, well, part of the block, for a Maker's Mark.
I'm a few blocks away, but that sounds like it might take the sting off of not running this year.
Just stay above 2nd street people and you will be fine.
I'm heading to Lake Place Park to talk about falcons.
We're going to Juneteenth. We went to Canal Park last night to see what all the fuss was about. Lots of people walking around -- interestingly, all the bars and restaurants seemed pretty empty. Guess all the runners were chowing down on pasta at the DECC.
Just saw a pic of Ironic1's Bloody Mary bar setup. Ironic1, you know how to live!
i've been in the thick of it at the GLA. saw the winners come in. pedaled to work this am with no probs.
Belly dancing + flaming hula hoops @ Leif Erikson Park. 6PM.
I saw a guy running the marathon who ran up on the sidewalk and banged on every utility pole, either with his fist or something he had in his hand. (Of course, I only saw him do this three times, but I assume he did it throughout the race.) Weird.
We spent the weekend at Echo Lake, up near Orr, MN. BadCat! was right when she said "you'll get eaten." (I shall post pictures of Walter, who will henceforth be known as Lil' Bugbite.)
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