Monthly Archives: January 2013

2013 Running Diary #2: Winter’s Rage

I’ve touched on this before, but there’s really no denying that winter this season is hell-bent on compensating for last year’s mild weather. This weak featured a just plain brutal stretch of weather, to the point where running in 27 … Continue reading

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2013 Running Diary: Commitment Struggles

After having some difficulty coming up with topics for my blog ever since the Steamtown Marathon, I’ve decided to just revisit the diary concept and start up a running log again. Besides, writing the logs often jogged my memory (how’s … Continue reading

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A Touch of Spring

Here’s a rough synopsis of the weather forecast for Northeast Pennsylvania tonight and tomorrow: cold, 2 to 4 inches of snow mixing in with freezing rain and sleet. So, basically, it’s going to be a mess that will turn the … Continue reading

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Places to Run in Scranton: Lake Scranton

Far too long has passed since I last covered a place to run in the Scranton area, but what better way to return than with one of the most popular and nicest places in the city for runners? Lake Scranton … Continue reading

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Treadmills or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Road

So far this season, Northeast Pennsylvania seems hell-bent on compensating for last year’s mild and practically snowless winter. Two snowstorms the week of Christmas really put a damper on my running, as I barely cracked 35 miles that week. And … Continue reading

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