Tuesday, August 11, 2009

falmouth road race

well the big race has come and gone and i survived. it was a tough race & i definitely did not run my best but i finished! it was a beautiful day and an amazing course, and i met some truly great people on team LRF, which made it all totally worth while. i think i would even do it again!
here's a shot of my favorite spot on the race: mile 1 hugs the shore of nobska beach and loops around nobska light in woods hole. the scenery made the race all the more enjoyable. and i can hear the scarp family gasping now but.....i think it was a prettier course than the B2B!
everyone i met from the lymphoma research foundation was great and it was nice to have the red shirt on and hears cheers of "go lymphoma!" from complete strangers all along the way. i got to see my parents, dave and foster just after mile 4 right by the beach. we slapped high fives and dave managed to only get this picture....that's me in the red tank barely picking my feet up!
here's a few more shots from the team LRF after party at the beach breeze inn.
team pic with familymy support staffthe biggest star of them all: my mom! a 4 yr lymphoma survivor!a BIG THANKS to everyone who donated and supported me through my training and the race! it was an awesome day!


  1. YAY! So proud of you! Good work!


  2. Nice job Meggie
    Love, Mum

  3. Great job, Meg. So proud of you!

  4. We are also proud of you for doing this race - y ou did a great job and the pictures are beautiful - not sure if I completely agree with your B2B comments but the scenery is just beautiful I must admit! Way to go Meg!

    Love, MIL & DIL

  5. Thank you for your support. It was a pleasure having you on our team.


  6. Thank you so much for participating in the Falmouth Road Race and supporting our mission to eradicate lymphoma and serve those touched by this disease.

  7. Meggie, Great job!!! So proud of you!!!! Great way to help raise money for such an important cause!!!!!!! Beautiful scenery!!!!!