Long and Cold Awesome Fantastic 40km Jaunt in the Rockies.

Long and Cold but Awesome Fantastic Run. by temporallobe at Garmin Connect - Details

www.runtoremember.com to see the pics and data.

Weather: Low of -6c High of 2c (21.2F to 35.6F) Sunny and cold. Little wind.
Distance for today: 40.01 km (24.86 mi)
Total Distance to Date: 6796.19 kl (4231.94 mi)
Song of the Day: Back in the New York Groove Ace Frehley

After yesterdays late night run, I did a short blog post and then we were up and out again. We needed to get in some distance before coming back to Canmore Alberta.

So I was off.


Amazing View.

Even the view in the tunnel is mind blowing.

Look at that (behind the guy in the weird hat) Amazing
The temperature is getting very cold. My water bottle is back to freezing.

I had to a quick break from the cold to head back into Canmore City Hall and chill with some politicians.


The Members of City Council.


I met a Bison named Bud


He was a little smelly but very friendly

Then I was back to finish as much as I could before sun down.


Trying to outrun the sun.

The last couple of days have been amazing. The people have been so awesome. The days are going to get a little busy!!

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Tags: Brain, Braintrust, Canada, David, Injury, McGuire, Remember, Run, To, Traumatic

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Comment by Fred Harris on November 3, 2011 at 10:13am
make me tired just following you you must be one heck of an athlete to be able to accomplish what you are thanks for what you are doing
Comment by David McGuire on November 2, 2011 at 8:14pm

Thanks so much Zela. If I get one kid to put on a helmet, and raise the awarness of Brain Injury. It will be mission accomplished. 

Again thank you for the kind words.

 

Comment by Zela Cooper on November 2, 2011 at 9:46am
you are an amazing man, i am with in in spirit my body is not able, you are reaching people even if it was only one person which it is many more you are making a difference

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