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  1. I was working on my December post and realized that I never posted November here. And I can't let Loopville die! November 2020 in review Total mileage for the month: 144.5 Nov. 2-8: 7.1 Nov. 9-15: 27 Nov. 16-22: 42.8 Nov. 23-29: 58.5 Put this in the bad race pics file! I also can't look at it without laughing. This was our marathon day. Workouts: Nov. 21: 5k pick up within a 10.2 mile run. Nov. 28: 6 x 0.1 pick ups within th
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  2. Finally found The Loop again, after not being able for a long time to locate it on the RW website. Guess it really been that long since I posted. Bookmarking this site & will do my best to contribute when I can, & to help others who might have questions. Merry Christmas to all!
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  3. Let's leave things as they are until life returns. Keep posting. Thanks all.
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  4. Exactly ZERO book matches for November. Best wishes for all of us in 2021.
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  5. This makes me sad! I just posted in support. For those who noted they keep checking and don't see anything new, you can subscribe so you'll be updated when new content is posted so you don't have to check and be disappointed.
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  6. Thank you Dave, same to you.
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  7. I've been having the same thoughts, Cliff. I'd keep checking in to see if anyone had posted, but haven't been able to push myself to write anything myself. I'm no prophet, but this really does seem like the end. This is much more than a seasonal dip. Covid? No races, no group runs. No doubt the pandemic isn't helping. Looks like the days of our community blogging site are over. It was inevitable, really, without someone (myself included) to generate interesting content and - even more important - find a regular infusion of new blood. There's nothing like new runners to keep things going.
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  8. A whole year in review. Most people would say that Covid was the most impactful thing of their 2020, but really that didn’t affect me too much. I was pregnant again! Yay! So, working from home (was already doing that with my toddler), not racing, and avoiding people really wasn’t a big deal. Pregnancy – not as easy as the first time. Birth – much, MUCH, easier than the first time. Now recovery – so far, so good, but its slow, which is difficult. I waited the recommended 6-weeks to start running…nope, not really, I went for a couple short (like a quarter mile) jogs at 4 weeks, but I was
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