[mountainmilers] Re: Adjustments to the Whiskey Row course we've been running

Tried to follow all of that onTom's original map got lost. Not a boy scout 
sorry. Looking at the map, after coming on Crypress and making the jog,then at 
mile 4 can the distance be made up making a right turn on Sherry St., right on 
Linden left on Birch St?
I get 5.97 miles starting at the Palace and ending at the normal finish.




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From: Kameron HOTT <kameronhott@xxxxxxx>
To: "mountainmilers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <mountainmilers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Mon, January 31, 2011 9:06:06 AM
Subject: [mountainmilers] Re: Adjustments to the Whiskey Row course we've been 
running

Rob, it is not because of whining as you put it. The city is talking about 
changing the course so we are trying to figure out an alternate for them. 
Anyway, that is what I heard. And the version we ran yesterday was not long 
enough.

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Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2011 09:03:00 -0700
Subject: [mountainmilers] Re: Adjustments to the Whiskey Row course we've been 
running
From: drysurfer@xxxxxxxxx
To: mountainmilers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Why exactly is there talk of altering the Whiskey Row 10k course? Tell me it's 
not about a hill.This course has it's own characteristics which make it Whiskey 
Row. Should we try to change the Brownlow course too? I don't think so. If 
there's a change, all the past times will be as if they never existed. I vote 
to 
leave the course as-is. More training, less whining!


On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 12:17 PM, wersc@xxxxxxxxxxxx <wersc@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Y'all:
>This AM I drove (yeah, I know...auto odometers aren't accurate) several 
>different additional segments to the course we've been running on Sundays.  I 
>was looking to pick up about 400 yards +/- as I wasn't really sure how far off 
>we really are from the 6.2 miles we need.
>Here are several options.  #1 and #2 are at the very beginning of the race and 
>#3 is literally at the finish:
>[1]  West on Goodwin, Right on McCormick, Left on Beach, Left on Summit, Right 
>on Goodwin (past Hill St. and up the slope), Right on Park to Gurley.  Adds 
>3/10th of a mile.
>[2]  Same as #1 above only go a bit further, to wit:  West on Goodwin, Right 
>on 
>McCormick, Left on Beach, Left on Summit, Right on Goodwin (past Hill St. and 
>up 
>the slope), Right on Park, IMMEDIATE left onto Glandale, Right on 
>Coronado, Left 
>on Park to Gurley.  Adds about 6 or so 10th of a mile.
>[3]  When we come out of Mile High Middle School on Carelton and hit 
>Montezuma, 
>keep on going East on Montezuma.  Then Left on Marina, Left on Goodwin, Right 
>on 
>Cortez and finish exactly where we know the finish to be, to wit at the 
>intersection of Cortez and Union.  This Adds rith at 3/10th of a mile.
>Your call.
>Bests,
>me 
>
>
>
>
>On Mon Jan 31 15:16 , Tom Hahn sent:
>
>
>
>At least we're planning to run on Wednesday about when the "high" supposedly 
>occurs during the day, right?  And, maybe, it will be sunny... as if that will 
>help.  31 deg F...  Back to the Sherpa clothes, I guess!
>>
>>
>>Tom
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>>Dan, it is currently snowing on my end of Chino. Starting out like the 
>>blizzerd 
>>of 2010. Few heavy large flakes.....2 feet of snow ? I for one will NEVER 
>>complain about the warm weather again.
>>>
>
>>
----- Forwarded Message ----
>From: Dan 
>To: Dave Zelman 
>Sent: Mon, January 31, 2011 5:55:30 AM
>Subject: Weather
>
>From National Weather Service:
>
DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...TUESDAY
> THROUGH SUNDAY
>
>A SECOND LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM AND ARCTIC AIR MASS WILL ARRIVE
>TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND LINGER THROUGH THURSDAY. VERY COLD AIR AND
>STRONG WINDS WILL CREATE SUB-ZERO WIND CHILLS FOR AREAS ABOVE 6500
>FEET. THE CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE...ESPECIALLY ACROSS
>EAST CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST ARIZONA.HIGH TEMPERATURES ON WEDNESDAY
>COULD BE THE COLDEST SO FAR THIS WINTER.
>
>ANYBODY PLANNING OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES FROM TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
>SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR BITTER COLD CONDITIONS.

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