Hi! How have you been since MCM? It was funny after the race which I barely finished I was telling everyone that I have the privilege of running with a man for a while that was completely barefoot. Someone said ya I think he was in Runners World the month before. So when I got home I look through my Runner’s World and sure enough it was you. That is how I was able to find you.
I just wanted to say thank you so much for keeping me company and I truly enjoyed getting to know you better. I hope you enjoyed your visit with your sister and got lots done on the house. Well; I am glad I was able found you and hope that we can keep in touch so that we can keep each other updated on our running adventures.
Actually, that was me in Runner’s World Magazine. Barefoot Todd is a close friend, who has completed more barefoot marathons than anyone I know of.
Yep — I am afraid that Barefoot KenBob (BKB) is correct — that indeed IS he in _Runners World_. As I have always said, BKB is the famous one, I am just the “other barefoot marathoner”. Though as BKB was kind enough to point out, I _have_ completed more marathons without shoes than he has : )
And if you thought that I look like KenBob, Elisha, that just makes me one fine lookin’ specimen of a man too!! (You owe me BIG for that plug, KenBob!!)
It is nice that you remember all of the stories about my twin sister Tina as well! Yes, I did get a good bit of work done on the house and we got to share a nice Halloween together too. We had about 300 kids come by the house and I helped pass out candy. I dressed as a caveman and have photos to prove it but have not yet figured out how to post them on this system but am happy to share them off-line. To further befuddle, I even wore homemade fake fur sandals instead of going barefoot, but one mom commented about my legs! I did think that the sandals were period-appropriate, though!
Well, it was great to meet up with you and run at MCM, Elisha! I had a nice time sharing the miles together and I will be looking forward to doing it again with you sometime soon!!
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