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Thursday, July 03, 2008

Spontaneous Urban Hike

Left Olaiya's house about noon today. After fueling up on a slice of Whole Foods pizza, I walked down Roosevelt til I met up with Roanoke and then took 10th up the hill until I turned onto Boston. Then I walked south on 15th until jogging over to 18th once I was past Volunteer Park. It took me about an hour and a half to walk home. Must have been 5.5-6 miles.

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At 7/03/2008 03:49:00 PM, Blogger Walaka said...

Actually, it's about 4.6 miles (I've biked it and just checked again on Mapquest) but that's still impressive on foot. Good on ya, bud.

 
At 7/07/2008 12:04:00 AM, Blogger If you can't tell, my name is Bob. said...

I'm moving to Renton. I know for you snotty city folk, Renton seems like backwoods bear-huntin' land, but for me it's a big step. To me, I may as well be moving to Seattle proper. You see, I'm just a simple suburb-man. Your post of walking from one place to another scares and confuses me.

 

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