Thursday, August 28, 2008

Episode 44

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We're smokin' stew in a tent down by the river with 4 Feet Running! Or, as the French say, Quatre Pieds Courent! This week:

- Nik and Dan do a 3-miler by the Fall River waterfront

- They briefly meet up with their favorite newspaper hawker

- Dan bids a frustrating farewell to the Crazy Man Running Store and finds a new shop

- Nik is feeling better, stomachwise, which is helping her keep up with certain British podcasters on RunnerPlus challenges

- They meet a regiment of French Revolutionary War re-enactors camped by the river, nice people who nearly bayonet a civilian

- Nik and Dan can be Parisian taxi drivers

- There's broken bicycle banter and chi chit-chat

- They get some feedback from very nice people

Clickables:
The Runners Roundtable
Those nice people in the breeches? The 85eme Regiment de Saintonge
Everything you always wanted to know about bike repair (but were afraid to watch)

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The Braga Bridge in Fall River spans the Taunton River.


This is the Battleship Massachusetts, a decommissioned ship. Later, it'll take part in a Revolutionary War re-enactment by lobbing live shells onto the musketeers.


The 85eme Regiment de Saintonge is camped in Heritage State Park.


War re-enactors do love to cook stew over an open flame, don't they?


Apparently they sleep in these tents, right out in the open in a tough city like Fall River. It's a wonder their muskets and powder don't get stolen.


Some very nice war re-enactors with the Regiment de Saintonge. We're beginning to suspect they're not really French...

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Runners Roundtable: Episode 1

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Hello there! Nik and Dan are part of a new running podcast, the Runners Roundtable, recorded live on Talkshoe! Nik and Dan join Steve Runner, Toni, Adam Tinkoff, and Dr. Monte in a discussion about fitness, the World Wide Festival of Races, training and more.

Check out the Runners Roundtable feed, and find out when you can join a live recording, at http://www.runnersroundtable.com!

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Episode 43

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Run through the playground of America's rich and famous with 4 Feet Running! This week:

- Nik and Dan go for a 3-miler down Bellevue Avenue in Newport, R.I.

- They keep an eye out for Vikings and/or Chinese explorers

- Dan tries out some new shoes that may or may not be working

- Nik is feeling somewhat better, but her gastrointestinal doctor's nickname is a bit too appropriate

- A quick update on their World Wide Festival plans

- They have a little picnic in Touro Park, near the Chinese-Viking-settler monument

- They get feedback from some very wonderful people

- Keep your eyes peeled for an extra-special project

Clickables:
Big Brown Truck Man's podcast: Run Farther, Run Faster
Hartford Marathon
The Niagara International Marathon
RunToDisney.com
Bob's blog page
Swaledale Marathon
Like to visit Newport?
Listen to more running podcasts at RunningPodcasts.org
Info on how we record the show

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Enjoy!


Nik stands in one of the fabulous mansions of Newport. Not sure which one. One of the expensive ones?

Newport is also home to the International Basketball Hall of Fame.

A skywriter went over our heads at some point, spurring this panorama advertising Mohegan Sun casino.

The Newport Art Museum gets a whole lot nicer.

Nik, a Chinese person, scans the fort at Touro Park for telltale signs of Chineseness. She came up empty.

Dan stands on Cliffwalk, a nice walking trail along--what else? A cliff.

Nik stands along the edge of Cliffwalk.
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