November 17 -- There aren't a lot of landmarks, but he's at 45.71 N, 115.14 W, on a ridgeline.
November 10 -- Since you last saw the Avatar, he has run to the last outpost of Idaho civilization -- Elk City -- and has entered the Magruder Corridor itself. Next services, 130 miles!
October 7 -- On the outskirts of Kamiah.
October 2 -- Through Orofino and running south, back on US highway 12 again.
September 29 -- The Avatar is at, but not in, the Idaho Correctional Facility at Orofino, on state highway 7.
The Humanly Prowess -- since August 2009
November 25 -- 4.01 miles is an ALL-TIME RECORD for Hawai'i, our 17th state.
November 16 -- 13 miles on the Banks-Vernonia trail is a mileage record for the 16th, and for November.
November 10 -- This blogging platform has been on the blink, as usual -- HOW do those guys make money, again? -- but I have devised a workaround to tell you that a 12.2 mile run involving the Sellwood bridge sets a distance record for the 10th.
October 2 -- a short night run makes October the first month with a recorded run on every date.
September 30 -- I didn't even run today, but at just under 90 miles, September was the 6th "best" month to date for distance.
September 29 -- 9.4 miles in more rain, a longer run than I expected, is an all-time record for the 29th of the month!
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