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Spring was in the air and in our feet this past Sunday. The challenge was to walk segment 2 of the “The Big Walk” NJ2NY50 – 18 miles, from Cranford to Newark’s Penn Station – in preparation for our May 23 event. Our great and diverse group of 11, were looking to strut our stuff along, streets, rivers…Continue
To my surprise, I accidentally came across this event in my Internet travels. This incredibly popular event in the Washington DC area has been going on annually and continuously since 1974, It involves over 300 hikers and closes out quickly, turning away would-be-hikers. This is the very same trail I hiked last year (in February) as my…Continue
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It may be faster to walk instead of using that cab. Over a 12 month period the overall average speed in the city was 9.5 mph. Seems Weds is the slowest day on avg @ 9.3 mph avg, but Midtown avgs are only at 6.3 mph during the week. Weekends things flow faster. And mornings they can really speed up to 16 mph.average. January is the fastest month and November the slowest. BTW - the recession has had one beneficial result - slightly less… Continue
Added by Paul Kiczek on March 24, 2010 at 10:59am — No Comments
I'm planning on walking, and my 6 and 8 year olds biking on the paths in Cranford. This will be a great way to support the walk, and and East Coast Greenway, and have a nice outing with my kids. Hope some other folks consider doing the same.
We will likely wait for the through walkers at Nomahegan Park - there is a great playground there. This will make waiting much more bearable for kids.
We may only go with the group for a short bit, but hope that that bit of…Continue
Added by Paul Kiczek on March 15, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments