[tweetmeme source=”elizabethev” only_single=false]I stand by yesterday morning’s tweet.
If you have no idea who Marcel the Shell is, please get schooled on this squeaky footed sensation. Your life will be changed for the better. Speaking of, what better way to spend a windy morning in Boston than with three of my Reach the Beach teammates? Bridget, Patricia, Tina and I joined The Most Informal Running Club Ever –along with sponsors New Balance, Race Menu, Go Motion Gear and NGR Bar— for a brisk run along the Charles.
[Photo courtesy of Tina]
The group, which meets weekly, was really warm, welcoming and well-organized. With the option of a 3.5, 4, or 7 mile route, we chose the 4 mile loop up Commonwealth Avenue, and along the river. At one point, I was more horizontal than vertical, thanks to the 30 mile per hour wind gusts. If it weren’t for the railing along the Mass Ave bridge, we may have had to swim back to City Sports.
[Photo courtesy of Patricia]
After the run, we chatted with fellow runners and some of the lovely folks from New Balance and Reach the Beach before headed to Eastern Standard for brunch (and a hot cup of tea) in our finest Spandex and Lycra. I have a feeling 24 hours in a van will be some good (if not slightly smelly) fun. I am looking forward to the coming weeks of training… especially if brunch is involved.
Also On Tap for Today:
Do you prefer working out alone, or with a crew?