#GreatManhattanLoop meets CitiBike and Egg Rolls

come again?Last year when I went to Egg Rolls & Egg Creams I had thoughts of completing some of the Lower East Side section of the Loop. Yeah, it didn’t happen. I did some exploring, but not along the river. Keep Running

Crack is Whack

and so is trying to get back to Manhattan from Randall’s Island.Of course, I had no plans to visit either when I left my apartment. 9.4 miles later… I left, intending to go to Marcus Garvey Park via the East Keep Running

Jewish Upper West Side and Riverside Drive

so how, exactly, does a walking tour of the Jewish Upper West side turn into an 8.9 mile walk that includes a long overdue visit to Riverside Church and Grant’s Tomb? Pretty much the same way a “quick walk to Keep Running

Manhattan: You’re Taller Than You Look

Taller? Longer? Whichever… it’s deceptive!   Ever since I came home from the walk to the GWB/Light House last summer, I regretted not knowing how close I was to the Cloisters and pressing on. On Friday, I had time to Keep Running

Great Manhattan Loop: Done

13 miles as the crow flies. That’s the distance often thrown around as the length of Manhattan. As the Google Maps, Battery Park to Inwood Hill Park/Spuyten Duyvil Creek is 13.4 miles driving or 13,2. on foot. Well, I’m not Keep Running

4.75 miles

that was never meant to be as long, but felt much longer on my feet. I headed downtown to go to the New Museum’s Block Party with the plan of spending some time there and then walking home along the Keep Running

#GreatManhattanLoop: Upper West Side

Sometime during yesterday’s walk when I was uploading photos to Instagram, #greatmanhattanloop hit me. It’s perfect for this little endeavor of mine, which reached 2012: Stage 3 yesterday. I know I’m still due to write on Part 2, but the Keep Running

Hello, Sailors… and lots of miles 1/2

it all started with the sun finally coming out after a long week of rain, rain, rain and more rain. Combine that with a half day, Fleet Week and my love of the waterfront and New York history….   Since Keep Running