When I was doing school assemblies, an often-asked question was, "Who takes all of the pictures of you when you're on the road?" The simple answer is me. I would use a timer on a digital camera and occasionally use a small tripod to hold the camera steady, particularly on windy days. I would give myself about 10 seconds to get into the frame and would just hope that the scene was captured. Some of the photos in my albums were taken by others, such as when I did the Alaska run and my mother photographed me from a distance in order to include the vastness of Alaska's mountains and wilderness. However, I can say that I've taken about 95 percent of my photos.
In case you've missed seeing the photos, you can click on any of the links below to view the albums.
- The Mojave Desert in 2011 (506 miles in 17 days)
- Germany in 2010 (500 miles in 21 days)
- Alaska in 2009 (500 miles in 18 days)
- Montana in 2008 (620 miles in 20 days)
- United States in 2006 (3,260 miles, 108 days, 30 miles daily)
- Miscellaneous Photos From Mileposts Gone By
- Students From Around The World Who Ran With Me Virtually
- Some Roadside Sights From My Running Adventures
Keep Reaching For Life's Mileposts,