Boston Marathon 2015

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Jul 2016
10:43am, 24 Jul 2016
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Anther one adding Boston as an amazing race experience and a great place to visit. The weather in 2015 for the race was vile, headwind all the way, heavy rain and only around 7 degrees which poss favored us Brits but there were around 800 treated for exposure at the finish, very well prepared !!

Day before the race, t-shirt and shorts plus picnic on Boston common !! :-)
Jul 2016
5:43pm, 25 Jul 2016
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Ah, sort of "could be anything" - I guess, just go for it! :-) G
Jul 2016
6:51pm, 25 Jul 2016
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Mrs Jigs (Luverlylegs)
Everyone who has the chance should do Boston, well organised marathon with terrific support along the way, Boston is my favourite place in the USA that I have visited so far :-)

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