Hi all,
I drove by the pumphouse at about noon today (Fri), and while the roads
aren’t too bad, the parking lot we use hasn’t been plowed (and there are
high piles around the front from the street plowing.) Unless they plow
this afternoon, I don’t think we can use it tomorrow morning.

Any thoughts?


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  1. Hey gang!

    I just did a 30 minute run from the pumphouse. There is indeed no evidence
    of plowing. However, I was able to park at the pumphouse itself and I
    didn’t get a ticket nor did I see any no parking signs. I would suggest we
    do the following: come tomorrow and park to the side along the road before
    the bridge, and then overflow to the pumphouse parking lot itself. If
    you’re parking along the road, make sure everyone parks on only one side
    and pulls as far off the road as possible. We could also overflow even
    further to the fork in the road. And runners coming from Croton could park
    at Batten road and run over the damn dam.

    Of course, like running in general, this is done at your own risk. If your
    car gets ticketed or gets plowed under by a late coming plow-man, you will
    have my heartfelt empathy but little else.

    That being said, I know no amount of snow, new or fallen, will detract the
    heartfelt from their appointed workouts tomorrow.

    Best to all.

    On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 12:46 PM, TRRC Water Schedule <water@runner.org>wrote:

    Gregory Cohen
    917 284 8853

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