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Bryan Slotterbach
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Slightly running obsessed.
Slightly running obsessed.

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Wrapping Your Head Around The Unthinkable
I was at mile forty five of the Devil Dog 100 miler when I found out. It was a cold early December late afternoon and I came after my second loop cold, tired, and wanting something hot to eat. It was December 2nd otherwise known as States and Hardrock lotte...
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The Eastern States Pendulum
It's been a long while since I wrote a blog. But after my second failed attempt at Eastern States 100 I just found that I had way too many things floating around in my tired brain. I needed to get them out. I will keep it short and sweat and hope my thought...
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Living in Darkness. The Grindstone 100
Once again I was entombed in the blackness. My pacer Kiran and I had just finally crested the top of an arduous climb called Crawford mountain and into the cold embrace of a very blustery north wind. It was a little after 10 pm Saturday night and the rain h...
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Way to represent PA man! Killer recap!
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Worlds End 100K - The Empty One?
" To try and fail is every bit as valuable as success so long as you push your own margin and thus gain knowledge." - Cory Richards Seven day after finishing MMT100 I found myself standing at 5 am at the starting line at Worlds End 100K up in Forksville Pen...
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Massanutten 100 - It Was Just My Imagination
It was now 1:30 in the morning. I have been on the MMT course for over 21 hours. The cold and bitter wind was howling from the northeast with a winter's force. We could see the lights way down below in the town of New Market, Virginia. It looked like a plac...
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Mt. Tammany 10! - Did Not Finish
  On Saturday March 19 th 2016 I ran the Mt. Tammany
10 right on the Delaware River across from East Stroudsburg PA on the New
Jersey side of the river. The term “run” is used here to describe the race but
it’s more of an endurance event or more aptly "who ...
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Turn Out The Stars - My Running of the 2015 Oil Creek 100
"A 100 miles is not that far." - Karl Meltzer Yes it is. Oh yes it is. In a blink we were jogging across the bridge and heading for the 1.5 mile bike path section to the trailhead. It was cold, dark, and quiet minus the view locals standing along the sidewa...
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The Ghost and The Upstairs Room - Running The Call of TheWildsMountainMarathon
When I was six my father remarried and we moved into my step mother's very large and old three story home over on Church Road in Ardmore, a suburb of Philadelphia. The house had what seemed like thirty rooms. There were three rooms and a full bathroom on th...
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Into The Wild at World's End
The PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources describes Word's End State Park as  "virtually in a class by itself, this wild, rugged and rustic area seems almost untamed". After spending more then ten hours and running thirty four miles within thi...
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