July 3, Day 13: Jean and I enjoyed 4 days and nights in Luka Ston, on the Croatian Peljesac peninsula an hour or so north of Dubrovnik. The area remains a bit off the beaten path, and is rich in salt, oysters, seafood, olives, and wine. Is it our favorite Croatian place so far?
Definitely maybe. 🙂
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June 26, Day 8: After savoring the sunrise with Jean, I begin running Rovinj to collect a new city. The blessedly cool breeze lightens my steps as I explore the Aegean shoreline opposite the old-town harbor in the bright morning.
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June 21, Day 3: Time to explore Zagreb by running Bundek City Park! As a runner, the route beckoned; a string of green spaces leading to the Liberty Bridge over the Sava River. Just beyond, 135 acres of green laced with curving trails.
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July 2015 to July 2016: Running around the World. I love to run through new cities as we travel, exploring and scouting places for Jean and I to visit. On each run, I track my route map and take photos to save the memories. I will be adding to my collection during our Birmingham, Croatia, Greece and Egypt journeys this year. Birmingham, Zagreb, Rovinj are already in the books! So, you may ask, how did this “collection” begin?
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August 9, Day 69: My goal this morning – run to and from Evel Knievel’s jump site! An early start provided beautiful sunrise views of the Snake River Canyon on the way.
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October 4, Day 123: I did a Sunday morning run at Eagle Lake, on those marvelous chat-rock carriage trails that wind through Acadia National Park.
I parked and made the short walk across Duck Brook Bridge to the carriage trails. I intended to run around eagle Lake, a total of about seven miles. It was a cool and wonderful fall morning, perfect for a run.
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