2012 Recap

Nearly 1,200 runners gathered at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation early sunday morning for a run “over the river and through the woods” as more than one runner was overheard to say. An unseasonably hot spring dropped back to normal temperatures in time for the 26th running of the Leatherman’s Loop on Earth Day 2012. This, …

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25 Years of Loop T-shirts

Chronological gallery of Leatherman’s Loop T-shirts from 1987 – present. Runners have located and photographed samples of the last 4 missing shirts (1992, 1994, 1998, 1999). THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR PITCHING IN TO GET THIS TOGETHER!! UPDATE: Thanks go out to Glenn McCabe who dug out and photographed his 1998 t-shirt. UPDATE 2: Thanks to …

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Call for Photos: Where in the world is the Leatherman?

Runners: send in your photos wearing your Leatherman’s Loop t-shirts (any vintage) in various locales around the country and around the world! Alone, in groups, high, low, warm, cold, wherever you are with your Leatherman shirt on… Email them to leathermansloop@email.smugmug.com with “25loops” in the subject field or post your photo and tag the Leatherman’s …

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Loop Recap 2010

Where to begin?  With the mini-monsoon that turned the mud flats into chocolate pudding?  The Leatherman waiting in the woods?  Atka the wolf who looked ready to howl but decided you all were doing pretty well on your own?  Not to mention running with Caballo Blanco and finding out the additional meaning of “Water Stop.”  …

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Founder’s Newsletter: Humble Beginnings

In his Canticle to the Cosmos series, quantum physicist Brian Swimme stresses the need for each of us to know our “story.” He takes us back twenty billion years to the “original fireball” in an effort to help us “regain our reverence for the earth and all life.” To help us “activate our human sensitivities …

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