Did I say service would be uninterrupted? Okay, well, I guess technically it hasn’t been as I did make a post this week, but I’m obviously a little behind… like 3 or 4 days behind. Oh well. I’ll get into this Puerto Rico rhythm yet!
Another thing I’m way behind on: The Barkley Marathons. I know they’ve been a huge thing since that one documentary in 2014, but when news reports of the 2019 version once again lauded its incredible toughness (no one finished for the second year in a row) I finally decided to take a second look. And boy howdy, it is fascinating.
The original documentary, The Race That Eats Its Young, is no longer on Netflix, but I was lucky enough to stumble upon it on YouTube yesterday morning. By that evening it had been pulled for copyright infringement. Right place, right time for me, but unfortunately I can’t share it.
However! There’s another, more recent YouTube documentary that, if not as explanatory, is just as interesting and soul-destroying. Please enjoy this account of Gary Robbins’ attempts to finish. The ending rips out your heart and stomps all over it. You’ll love it!
Anyway, back to the usual week in review stuff: I still haven’t fully set up my Strava account after the untimely demise of Daily Mile, but I can tell you that last week I did a practice half, two 5 milers, and then moved to Puerto Rico on Friday. Wee!
And now for the roundup:
– easyWDW tries out the new VIP Taste of the Magic Kingdom tour.
– The Tomorrow Society continues its deep dive into Spaceship Earth’s scenes.
– Living A Disney Life considers although those recent internet-breaking Disney parks rule changes.
– EPBOT explores this year’s Epcot Flower & Garden Festival.
– WDW For Grownups selects the best cookies WDW has to offer.
– This Fairy Tale Life tries out a Disney Princess Breakfast Adventure.
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