Thursday, March 4, 2010

Sunday - Riley's Lock?

It'd be nice to run on some soft stuff and if things keep progressing they way they have, the towpath and area trails should be good for a run. I propose Riley's Lock at 9am.

If they're too muddy/snowy/crummy, we can always hit the roads around there. This proved to be good running last time.

Note to bikers/tri people - excellent biking out this way if you wanted to do a "double"

Anyone game?

9 comments:

Towpath said...

While commuting on Clara Barton pkwy this morning, I observed the towpath (south of Amer. Legion bridge) and can report that it is 90% clear of ice and snow.

Charlie Ban said...

I might have to work Sunday because we have a sizable conference this weekend in Adams Morgan, but if not, I am up for 18 or so.

Chris Vames Sloane said...

I ran at Riley's Lock yesterday towards poolesville and it was fine, some branches in the way but that's about it.

JARRIN said...

I'm in for Sunday at Riley's. And for the record, as of last Saturday there were still large parts of the CCT that were well under snow cover. Totally ridiculous.

JARRIN

Charlie Ban said...

I'm now out, I have to work, but may run around 4 pm from near the zoo, 17-18 miles

yf said...

i am out of shape. i think i will be able run something really relax around 7:30 pace for most 12 miles.

is there anyone doing the same distance and pace?

YF

KLIM said...

I will be running slow. The weather will be mid-50s and sunny!

Anonymous said...

i won't be running with any of you folks, i am very very very wasted right now... i will catch you next time....

i will run around my "hood" tomorrow (today) PM, let me know if you if you interested....

yf

djb said...

I will try to make Riley's Lock tomorrow, though 9am seems very early right now. If I don't show, don't wait for me.