Gary and Tom, my two fave MMT men.
Anstr, Rob and David Horton, the evening before.
Setting out the drop bags.
Stan and Vinny at pre-race.
Leonard and Ed, happy and ready to run.
Happy to be here, as always!
Gary and Janice. Great shot!
Rob, morning of.
Trying to wake and not succeeding very well.
Laura, Ray, and Zane. The Smith Clan ready for action.
Wesley, Sharon, me and Rob. At the start.
Good to see Vinny.
Ed in the shadows.
Topping out on Buzzard Rock, looking behind us.
Buzzard Rock, looking ahead. One of my favorite views.
Looks so peaceful.
One of the early climbs up. To Milford?
Miford Gap AS. Janice and Jean have everything under control, as usual.
Heading to Habron. Let's get this road out of the way so we can get back on some rocks.
Climb after Camp Roosevelt.
Bird Knob, on the way out. NO THUNDERSTORMS IN SIGHT! On the way back, I could have reached out and touched the wall cloud from here as the storm hit.
See - nice skies.
In all directions.
Gave up on the photos after Bird Knob storm. This is Zane finishing his second MMT!
Rob and Wesley rounding the corner to the finish.
Wesley will be back running this again next year!!!
The way the finish is supposed to be - both together.
Caroline - will be back next year!
Wouldn't be MMT without him.
Tom and Gary.
Gary and Bonnie.
Vinny, cranking out another finish...
...and smiling while he's at it.
He had another good race.
Ed, Florida runner and me.
Watching the finish line.
Doesn't look like he just ran 100 miles.
Leonard and Ed.
Leonard talks to Bonnie and Ed Demoney.
Leonard and pacer extraordinaire, John Dewalt.
Getting the shoes off.
Deb and Steve.
Stan, giving the awards.
Lots of friends hanging out at the end.
Leonard in foreground, then Gary and Ed C.
Vinny, Leonard in red, Gary and Ed C.
Jay and Anita watching the awards.
Michelle standing. Outstanding volunteer and runner.
Getting the Stonewall Jackson award.
I didn't expect a stunning silver buckle. Wow!
Jay and Anita again. Doesn't look like he ran 100 miles either, does it?
Zane, still awake. Yes, it's cold today.
Gary trying to outdo me on flower sightings.
I just can't remember which sections get which flowers like he does.
Nope, the fringe trees are at the TOP of Bird Knob.
He STILL doesn't believe me.
Maybe I'll convince him next year.
After 3 washings, Massanutten is still rocking the laundry.