Category Archives: Running Marlborough

Must’ve Been the Socket Rockets

In the off-chance you’ve yet to hear: word on the street is the wacky girl who on Saturday finished running every street in Marlborough the very next day went on to take first freaking place in her age group–and was … Continue reading

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First the Cheeseburger Dude, Now Gary

  I gotta say: it’s been a lot easier to stomach being beaten by Gary Cattarin in “Operation Run Marlborough” than it was to be beaten by that anonymous dude in the cheeseburger costume during the Boston Marathon’s final mile. … Continue reading

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Putting the “Ugh” in Marlborough

I’ve a serious setback to report. It impacts the status of Operation Run Marlborough, folks. It ain’t pretty. In fact, this definitely puts the “ugh” in Marlborough. When I started this silliness in January, I was basing my run-every-road-in-Marlborough schemes on an … Continue reading

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Separated at Birth?

File this under “supremely wacky things that happened on the way to Hopkinton”: If you’ve been paying even casual attention to my blog you’re probably vaguely familiar with my goal of running all 569-odd streets, byways and even highways in this fair city. … Continue reading

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126 down, 419 to go

Thought I’d give up on that wacky “I’m going to run every road in Marlborough while I train for the Boston Marathon” idea? Well, I didn’t.  Here’s an update: – Five hundred and forty five named roads make up the … Continue reading

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Map Mania

If you don’t know by now that I tend towards eccentricity, well, dear reader, you simply haven’t been paying attention 😉 This morning as I was putting away Christmas decorations (ok, make that pondering putting away Christmas decorations), I stumbled … Continue reading

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