Wednesday, May 9, 2012

And The People Rejoiced


Our beautiful sun has presented itself for more than one day in a row.  The townspeople celebrated heartily last evening, by running up and down the steeper streets of the village.  Well, 40 or 50 of the younger, thinner ones did.  Some of the rest of us just trudged along on our walks, and tried not to get run over by all that exuberance.  Personally, I was just happy to have the strength to get my camera out in time to catch this crooked, blurry photo of the last few of them, before they sprinted off over the hill and into the sunset.




4 comments:

  1. the race day is the greatest day ever. there is nothing like getting ready that morning, planning the whole year around the race. and then a mere 2 to 3 hours later i would come down baldwin, it is the greatest feeling ever. my knee and hip are shot so now i just hike along the trail no more race....carol c

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    1. Hi Carol, I can't even imagine how hard that race is... Your participation years are very impressive to me!

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  2. I remain on the side of the plodding few.

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    1. Thank you, P.A. Plodding is very good exercise, I think.

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