Fit To Ride
Awareness of the outside world. “A portion of race proceeds will benefit the Nancy N. and J.C. Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion at St. Joseph’s/Candler.” SBR: Official Charity.
Not a course for a fast time.
Fortunately more trails than indicated on map, above. So I didn’t spend the entire hour walking back and forth across the bridge.
Loot included shirt & bib. Race shirt theory. Long sleeves, as here, in XL for husband. I don’t do long sleeves. When the weather gets cold, I go straight from t-shirt to sweatshirt. Cute/special shirts, such as Flying Pig in XXL for lounge/sleepwear. Garden variety &/or horse-related, i.e. Breyer, in L for barn. With so many walks, I have resupplied my barn t-shirt stock for years.
Third of three local parks I wanted to check out. Chosen for this walk since it has a bridge. [Little Walking, Little Walks]
Listed with monthly walks. [The Next Step, State of the Fitness, November]
A Plan That Didn’t Happen
Found the perfect place to do this walk. Bridgehunter: Bridgeport Railroad Walking Bridge. A mile-long pedestrian bridge over the Tennessee river. Long, straight walk. Lots to look at. Historic.
As with Baltimore, it was several hours away. [Wandering Around The Water]
Plus, the Internet was hazy on whether or not it was still open to the public.
So, I stayed around here.