Sunday: Drove to Boston, walked 24 miles north.
Monday: walked 24+ miles north.
Tuesday: walked 25 +miles north.
Wednesday: walked 24+ miles north.
When you add the fractions of a mile into the mix! we’ve walked about 98 miles in four days! Now I’m a natural swimmer. This walking stuff does not come easily for me. Tomorrow should be easier because it’s only (ha! “Only”) 16 miles, it’s walking right in my backyard, and at the end of the day I’ll be back home – with the best fans in baseball!
Today was much like yesterday – all business! We walked from 8 – 12 (12 miles) from Cape Neddick to the Wells/Kennebunk border. We met Sea a Dogs President Charlie Eshbach for lunch and met four cool runners who are running a circle around the US. They are 350 miles into their trek and they are raising money for cancer research – good guys (and gals).
After lunch it was right back at it – through Kennebunk and … Okay by that point it’s kind of a blur. I can tell you we went through Biddeford and made it to Saco, which was our goal for the day. I’ve got some serious blisters, so I may not be able to beat the kid around the bases tomorrow night (big surprise, I know).
I am super excited to finish. I hope to have a little parade into the ballpark and then … Off to work! Go Dogs! I’ll tweet pictures tomorrow (@slugger_seadog) but I think my Day 5 Blog Entry and my wrap up blog entry will be out Friday or Saturday.
Here are some pictures from a Day 4:
And our map for the day: