Feb. 3, Mill Rat training run

JOHN STAUB WANTS TO LIFT YOUR SOLES AND HURT YOUR WHOOOOLE BODY!
Sunday there will be a new training run course. It has been proposed by John Staub though Marty Alfano has suggested doing this for many years but we now have a “man enough” to say “today we’re doin’ it!” THANK YOU JOHN! My grandson Jacob Flory has named it the mill to mill run. The run will leave the American Ribbon Mill on Ann St. at 7am and go east on Ann St. to the 7th St. bridge, turn right on 611 to route to 191 turn right on 191 south, and continue over the dirt mounds into Roseto. In Roseto those still alive and playing the game will touch the sign on the front of my mill, Hasker Textiles, turn around and boogie back the same route to American Ribbon Mill. There will be some aid provided along the way, details to be worked out shortly. Obviously anyone can turn back at any point and shorten the route to suit individual training plans or depending on how you’re feeling Sunday. Full route will be a fat 17 miles, actually close to 17 1/2. And again that can be extended to suit individual needs. If it doesn’t hurt when you done don’t blame John he’s tryin’ his very best to REALLY hurt y’all! You’ll just have to run a little father and harder next time!! Drop me a note at rodhasker@gmail.com so we have a head count for aid.

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    Rod Hasker has run a fair amount of marathons and ultra marathons and also competes in multisport events including Ironman. He and his wife Bonnie for the past 49 + years have 3 children and 7 grandchildren. Read Full
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