My wife and I drove, in the late evening, to the Jordan River Parkway and went south. She walked and jogged about two miles, and I jogged and walked about 1.85 miles. We got back to the car about 10-20 minutes before it became dark. There were a few cyclists and walkers heading for home. Show More Summary
Today is a cloudy day with rain showers possible in the late afternoon and evening. My wife and I drove to the Jordan River Parkway, and I went south for 0.9 miles and then returned. I didn't carry water, but I had a good drink at the beginning and end of the run. My wife went north to look at the houses being constructed.
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My wife had a 10:00 appointment, so we ran around the neighborhood. The temperature was in the high 70s (F), and there was quite a lot of shade. I prefer the Jordan River Parkway, but running in the neighborhood has the advantage of no time lost in travel to and from the Parkway.
My wife and I were on the Jordan River Parkway trail about 10:30 this morning. This is a bit earlier than I've done the past few runs. I felt stronger and didn't get dizzy at all. I carried 3 bottles of water and had about half a bottle left when I finished my run. Show More Summary
Sunday will mark the 17th annual NYC Triathlon, which will see athletes swimming the Hudson River, biking on the Henry Hudson Highway and Moshulu Parkway and then running in Central Park. But it's not all work and no play: Friday night, 500 triathletes stripped down to their underwear and ran 1.7 miles in Central Park for the annual Gildan Underwear Run. [ more › ]
The Hudson River Valley is not the least likely place to be watched by Mother Earth, but the appearance of her 19-foot-tall plaster head overlooking the Taconic State Parkway still takes many by surprise. Her sculpted head was completed in 1996 by self-taught sculptor Roy Kanwit. Show More Summary
My wife and I walked and jogged the Jordan River Parkway, going north from 100th South. I'm going north, because it has more shade than the south route. My wife found my fuel belt, and I carried four botles (cups) of water and used three of them. Show More Summary
Before driving north on Icefields Parkway towards Jasper National Park, I decided to keep heading west on Trans-Canada Highway 1 into the province of British Columbia to visit Natural Bridge in the Kicking Horse River Valley in YohoShow More Summary
My wife and I went south from 100th South on the Jordan River Parkway, and I felt no dizziness at all. Judy was tired and went slower than she normally does. I felt pretty good during my run. The temperature was in the mid 40s (F), and the sky was a mixture of clouds and sun. We had rain and snow last night, but the path was relatively dry.
I mowed my lawns and then went running and walking. It was late afternoon when my wife and I drove to the Jordan River Parkway. The sky was sunny with clouds, giving a temperature in the mid 50s (F).I felt pretty good while I was running and walking and didn't feel dizzy. Show More Summary
I went to the Jordan River Parkway and did 1 mile. I was concerned about my dizziness the last time I was on the Parkway, so instead of going 1/2 mile and turning back to my car, I went 1/4 mile and turned around for 1/2 mile total distance. Show More Summary
My wife and I went to the Jordan River Parkway again, and she went north so she could check out the new homes being built, and I went south. In the way back I got really dizzy. I don't know if was from lack of food (not much eaten for breakfast and lunch) or was my heart acting up again. Show More Summary
It rained during the night and morning, but the sky cleared in the afternoon, and I put on my running clothes and headed to the Jordan River Parkway. I went south to the bench that is just past the 1/2 mile marker and returned to my car. Show More Summary
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My wife and I drove to the Jordan River Parkway and went south from the trail head at 100th South. It was a beautiful day with lots of clouds and sun. There were several people on the path. I have one more running day this week, and I will do the 1.1 miles again. Then next week I will increase my distance a bit.
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My wife and I drove to the Jordan River Parkway. She went north and I went south. I ran/walked to the bench that is just south of the 0.5 mile marker. I took a sitting rest stop for about 30 seconds, and then I returned to my car. After...Show More Summary
Asbury Park Press looks back at a New Jersey toll highway proposal that never came to fruition, “a 38-mile long superhighway between the Garden State Parkway in Toms River and the New Jersey Turnpike in South Brunswick” The post Asbury Park Press Looks at a NJ Toll Road That Was Never Built. appeared first on Toll Roads News.
Today was a Green day, and my wife and I drove to the Jordan River Parkway and went north. There was a 10-15 mph wind blowing, and on the way back I did more walking due to the wind being a head-wind. The air temperature was in the low 50s (F), and it was a nice day for running. Although, due to my age I'm going slower and felt a bit cool during my run today.