If you're reading this, you're probably a little like me. You like to run. You like to track your running experiences. You like to read about other peoples' running experiences. Some are amazing. Some are hilarious. Some used to be runners, but now like to do other stuff too. Some like data, maybe a little too much.
One blog I enjoy reading is from a fellow Wisconsin runner. Jerry Cameron lives someplace other than "the sticks"--Milwaukee. He apparently also ran the Dick Lytie Spring Classic, which I reported on earlier. Like me, he saw Roy Pirrung there.
The best part? I'm "that guy" that Jerry mentions was running with Roy! I finished 14th overall, so at some point I guess I passed Jerry back, and if I had known it was him, we would have likely had a conversation something like this ( "..." represents a labored breath):
J: Umm...Yeah...leave me alone.
J: Oh...Nice to meet you.
N: Yeah...I'm...going...to...mention...that...I...met...you...and...link...to...your...blog. Okay?
N: Okay. Bye.
So...Jerry, if you read this, feel free to leave a comment! I would have contacted you but I'm not exactly computer-savvy and have not a clue how to contact you via your website.
As for running, I took Parsenn for his first trip on the Ice Age Trail. He loved it. Then he threw up in the backseat of my car. That was awesome too.