Steps from the starting line between the buses that formed the starting corral.
Our first Broadway Show. Bravo!
Got my bib and a photo op
At the Expo
Saturday morning coffee and headed to the Javits Center
I imagine Xmas is awesome in NYC.
Famous Ray’s? Or Famous Original Ray’s?
Tavern on the Green. It didn’t look at all like it did in Seinfeld.
In the starging village. Free coffee? I’ll take two!
Still shot from Becky just past mile 16. I look strong, but the end is not far off.
The NY Marathon elevation chart
My phone died and it took me about a mile to realize (not sure which mile), so my Runmeter only logged 25.2 of the 26.2 mile course. Still, a tale of two races.
Just past mile 2.
A great shot of the city I’m running into off in the distance.
Part of the long walk toward the starting line.
A picture I took just before starting and sent it to Becky. Due to cell saturation, it never went through, so she didn’t see it until I finished over 4 hours later.
My comfort accommodations near the bush that helped shield the wind.
A special blessing
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
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