Publishing a podcast on the internet is as easy as 1-2-3 if the planets are all in alignment, there's a full moon and you have a computer (with software) that agrees with what you want to do. In this podcast, things worked out this week and I was able to get out another episode.

I talk about the great race in my town, the Ashland Railroad Run 10k (in its 31st year) and the logistics of running 23 miles after running a 10k. I also feature some listener comments which include a great marathon report from Pat of Williamsburg, VA. I hope you like the show.

Oh yeah, I also met Dr. Smitty, who is a great 10k runner, marathoner, and ultramarathoner. Dr. Smitty visited the Center of the Universe and placed in his age group in the 10k!

Music in this podcast by GarageBand and the U.S. Marine Band.

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  • Rich

    Dave, Great podcast….Sounds like you had quite a day running! You definately sound prepared for the 40 miler. Also, I was surpised to hear that Crash loves Shiner beer also. I was not sure that it was too well known outside of Texas. They really do make a great beer!

    Apr 13, 2009 at 1:17 pm
  • Crash

    I was actually introduced to Shiner Bock at a Restaurant in Nags Head NC. Came back to VA looking for it and lets just say not a lot stores here in VA carry it. Im sure there or more but Food Lion & Target are the only two that I can think of. I will give Ashland Dave one next he comes over :-)

    Apr 14, 2009 at 9:39 am
  • Charlie

    Hey, loved the podcast. I agree with you about buying shoes online. I use because they have great prices and offer free 2nd day shipping. They also include a return mail code thingy (technical jargon) in the box just in case there are any problems. Congrats on the 31 miler. I love popping in on unsuspecting gas station attendants and having them look at me like I’m crazy when I tell them what I’m up to. Also, do we get to hear the funny 5k walking story. You teased us and left us hanging. Take care.

    Apr 15, 2009 at 12:49 pm
  • Tom

    Congratulations Pat! Crossing the finish line of a marathon is a special experience. That feeling never goes away. Hoping you have many more marathon moments.

    Dr. Smitty - send Dave an address & size & we’ll get a Run Ashland First shirt.

    Apr 16, 2009 at 11:53 am
  • Rich

    Crash - I am glad to hear you found a local supply as limited as it is! It is definately one of my favorites.

    Apr 16, 2009 at 6:54 pm