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Comments: “My longest day – I was out on the road from 4:50am to 4:50pm. I was nervous about running 50 miles but I felt pretty well. Now I know I can do it. Maybe I’ll try 60 someday when I get real close to home! Go Red Sox!” 9/9
Day 38 – July 18, 1978.
Miles run = 50.0!!!
Finish location – Benkelman, NE.
Weather – ?
[Photo: Leaving Colorado, entering Nebraska] 8/9 https://t.co/a7jq7Wf4RL
Day 37 – July 17, 1978.
Miles run = 43.0.
Finish location – Wray, CO.
Weather – 100 degrees, hot!!
Comments: “Our last city in CO and it’s on to NE. Thus, we enter our 6th state tomorrow and our 2nd-to-last big state (PA). Weather is very, very, hot and humid. Miss you all.” 7/9
Comments: “Very hot! The temps have risen to 100 deg and we're now in the prairies. It's flat terrain but the heat has taken its toll. We have to awake at 4am & I’m on the road at 4:30. It’s weird running that early in the morning but I have no choice!”
[Photo: Go Red Sox!] 6/9 https://t.co/C5pU5SPuKd
Day 36 – July 16, 1978.
Miles run = 43.5.
Finish location – Akron, CO.
Weather – 100 degrees. 5/9
Comments: “Out of the Rockies and flat land but the temperature is HOT! 100 degrees! Grasshoppers and bugs are the main hindrances. Meeting a lot of nice people and signing a lot of autographs! Hope everyone is well.” 4/9
Day 35 – July 15, 1978.
Miles run = 42.0.
Finish location – Fort Morgan, CO.
Weather – 100 degrees.
[Photo: Last final climb in the Rockies.] 3/9 https://t.co/cpz0spwCyg
Comments: “Reached our 3rd mail stop today. Got a lot of fan mail!! If any of you guys want to write to me at our next mail stop, write to: Dave McGillivray, Cross Country Runner, General Delivery, Lincoln, Nebraska by July 25th. It would be nice to hear from you!” 2/9
MEDFORD, OR, TO MEDFORD, MA – 1978
Day 34 – July 14, 1978.
Miles run = 46.0.
Finish location – Greeley, CO.
Weather – ?
[Photo: Road may have been closed to automobiles, but not to cross-country runners!] 1/9 https://t.co/5y5kFZIFZC
...That’s like one Mt. Washington on top of another! But, I survived and got out of it without too much trouble – I surprised myself by running 44 miles today – the altitude wasn’t too bad. Rockies are GONE!!”
[Photo: Leaving the Rockies with my support crew – arm in arm.] 8/8 https://t.co/k0D4RkSeTM
Day 33 – July 13, 1978.
Miles run = 44.0.
Finish location – Estes Park, CO.
Weather – 77 degrees.
Comments: “Climbed the longest continuous ascending road in the US today – 13,000 feet high!...
[Photo: Quick drink break in the Rockies] 7/8 https://t.co/jbDFdz6f7B
Comments: “We're at the base of the highest peak I’ll climb across the US. Today was mountainous but not too bad. It’s tiring but I’m hanging on. One woman told me I wouldn’t make it out alive if I run up that mountain! Hope you all can make it to my funeral!” 6/8 https://t.co/zMIX2SSHEh
Day 32 – July 12, 1978.
Miles run = 43.0.
Finish location – Grand Lake, CO.
Weather – 70s.
[Photo: Being silly – Rocky at the Rockies.] 5/8 https://t.co/NhwvhCY5Pg
Comments: “One month on the road and in the middle of the Rockies. Only 2 more days in the mountains, I hope. Having van fixed…need new brakes! Hope all goes well with the van. Can hardly wait till I get home! Going to watch the All-Star game tonight. Go A.L.!!” 4/8
Day 31 – July 11, 1978.
Miles run = 40.4.
Finish location – Kremmling, CO.
Weather – 70s.
[Photo: Making it to the top – 13,000 feet!] 3/8 https://t.co/98eOl2gWhh
Comments: “Only 50 more days! Today ended up running up a mountain like Mt. Washington – 7 miles straight up without a break or a downhill. It’s getting very tough and I was told I’m in for a beauty on Thursday – about 13,000 feet straight up…should be interesting!” 2/8
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