Be The Movement


Issue #106


 June 19, 2012

Oh the Places You'll Go

Oh the Places You'll Go book coverOne of my favorite graduation gifts is Dr. Seuss's book, Oh the Places You'll Go. The words inspire and rejuvenate me as much today as they did 20 years ago. In fact, I appreciate and understand Dr. Seuss's advice more now than I did as a young adult.


We are never too old for new beginnings and adventures. Life doesn't have to be a dull routine. There are opportunities awaiting us. We just have to look for them. And believe in ourselves. When you are really passionate about something, you will find a way to make it work. Ninety-eight and ¾ percent guaranteed.


If you have dreamed about running a 5k, 10k, half marathon, full marathon or a completing a triathlon, your time is now. Plan on joining us at our Training Program Open House on Wednesday, June 20 at 7pm and get the inspiration and tools you need to succeed. Our training programs have helped to empower and change lives.


You're off to Great Places!
Today is your day!
Your mountain is waiting,
So... get on your way!


You have brains in your head.

You have feet in your shoes.

You can steer yourself any direction you choose.

You're on your own.

And you know what you know.

And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go...


So be sure when you step, step with care and great tact.

And remember that life's A Great Balancing Act.

And will you succeed?

Yes! You will, indeed! (98 and ¾ percent guaranteed)


Kid, you'll move mountains.


          Excerpted from Oh the Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss

Dedicated to our graduating staffers: Liz, Andy & Kevin! 


Be Fit!


Schuyler's Shoe Review:
Saucony Ride 5


With the Saucony Ride 5, Saucony's 8mm "Geometry of Strong" revolution is nearly complete. Following in the footsteps of the moderate-stability Guide 5, the high-end Hurricane 14, and almost all of their other non-minimal models, the Ride 5 drops to a 18mm-10mm platform for an 8mm offset.


If that reads like gibberish, here's what it means day to day and stride for stride: the average running shoe is built with 24mm of material under the heel and 12mm under the ball of the foot. This leaves a 12mm difference, or "offset." An 8mm offset allows for a more natural midfoot strike for those runners who either naturally or purposefully run with that type of form.


What about heel strikers, you might ask? Especially those heel strikers who loved the bouncy heel cushion of all the previous Saucony Rides? The best part of the 8mm offset is that there is still plenty of room for responsive Pro/Grid cushioning in both the heel and the forefoot. By improving materials, removing showy but non-functional plastic windows, and careful research into biomechanics, the Saucony Ride 5 manages to drop the heel in a way that will still leave walkers and heel-striking runners saying, "aah..."


A side benefit of the lower heel and sleeker design is a surprisingly light weight. The Ride 5 weighs in at an ounce lighter than its predecessor. An upper with minimal stitching ensures a snug and irritation-free fit. With this shoe as the final puzzle piece, Saucony's Geometry of Strong is finally available to fit any foot's geometry. 

Amy's Gear Corner: 

Our summer shipment of Brooks Running Apparel has arrived! Here are two of our favorite pieces:


Brooks HVAC Shirt for MenHVAC Synergy Shirt (Men): This soft, lightweight shirt has strategically placed HVAC technology - Brooks' proprietary material that combines 40+ UPF sun protection as well as X-STATIC and antimicrobial silver fibers that disperse heat and prevent stink. This semi-fitted top is sure to be a favorite thanks to its great features, soft-feel and bold orange and blue color.


Brooks D'Lite Tanks

D'lite Mesh & Micro Mesh Tanks (Women): These tanks are perfect for summer running, walking, yoga & trips around town. It has a barely-there feel with maximum breathability and a loose fit that doesn't cling. It is perfect for those hot, humid days when you just want to wear your sports bra, but don't want to bare your belly. The tanks are also designed to be worn layered for added fashion and style - watch this video to see the look (and yes, we have that cute mesh D'Lite Skirt in stock too!). Lots of fun colors to choose from! 



Hydration Station! When the weather gets warmer and your activities get longer, you need a hydration system to help you keep going strong. Count on us to give you the options you are looking for. 
Fuel Belt:  

Revenge BeltsFuel Belt's Revenge® Series includes several belts that offer top notch design and function. The one handed entry and exit are easy to use with the new and improved molded holsters. The new design is lightweight and available in new fun, bright colors! It's my belt of choice for Ironman Lake Placid this year.


The R30 is a one size fits all belt that carries three 7oz bottles whereas the R20 just has 2 bottles. Both belts are super comfortable thanks to the Thermafoam padding which wicks moisture and sits nicely around your hips - no real jostling around. I also like the removable zippered pocket that is the perfect size for gels, salt tabs or your keys.


The R2Outdoor is trail-inspired and designed for comfort across all terrains. It features two 10oz BPA-free bottles with the same molded-holster system and ventilated Air Flow padding system as the R30 and R20. Between the bottles is a large stretch-mesh zippered exterior pocket, a spacious zippered interior pocket and a bungee cord to secure larger gear like your arm warmers or jacket.


The SprintThe Sprint: This little guy is Fuel Belt's most popular palm holder. If you're looking for a comfortable way to carry 10oz of your favorite hydration beverage, this is the way to go! The hand strap is fully adjustable and the pocket is fantastic for small items like a gel or key. Fans love this hand held because of its subtle feel and simple design .


The CrushCrush: If a multi-bottle belt makes you feel a bit too much like Rambo, then you'll love the Crush. It features a wide-mouth, 22oz bottle which is both reliable and leak-proof that is angled to make getting it in-and-out a snap. The adjustable waistband is comfortable, gives a bounce-free ride and has a zippered pocket. Carrie is a big fan of the single-bottle belts. You might say it's her secret crush!




Amphipod AirStretchRunLite AirStretch: These hydration belts offer maximum customization for your personal preferences. The belts start with 360 degrees of ultra, hip-hugging, breathable stretch that can accommodate the rise and fall of your stomach over the course of your long run. We carry the 4-bottle belt but thanks to the removable bottle clips, you can remove/add bottles on as your runs require (bottles available in 8 and 10oz). Additionally, you can position the bottles anywhere you want on the belt (e.g.keep one in front for quick access and the rest in back) and adjust them to sit vertically or horizontally. Plus, there is a good-sized pocket for your essentials.


Amphipod HandheldsHydraform Handhelds: This handheld is top-rated by Ultra Running Magazine and used by many of our local Ironman triathletes! The Hydraform Handheld allows a minimalist approach to hydration, while allowing your hand to relax which prevents hand-cramping and fatigue. In stock are the 12 and 20oz bottles. Each have a pocket for small items like keys, money, gels and ID - and for those who like to keep their beverages cold (and not their hands), we carry the thermo-insulating sleeve for the 20oz bottle.


Amphipod RunLiteThe Profile-Lite 16: Similar to Fuel Belts R2Outdoor product, the Profile-Lite 16 features a single 16oz bottle that is encased in an insulated thermal sleeve and angled on the belt for easy access. The low-profile design is no-bounce and AirFlow mesh back panel ergonomically fits against the contour of your back to aid in posture and reduce sloshing. There is a generous zippered pocket and some belts feature fun colors and sporty designs.



Camelbak AnnadelCamelbak: The ultimate cure for dehydration! When you are out for a long run or ride, Camelbak has your back! Currently in stock are the women's specific Annadel and the Octane 18x. Both feature a 50oz (1.5 liter) reservoir with ¼ turn easy open/close cap, lightweight fillport, dryer arms, patented Big Bite Valve and easy-to-clean wide mouth opening and tubing.


Camelbak OctaneThe Annadel features a shorter torso length with an S-curved harness designed just for women (Steph used this pack during her recent 50k) and two pockets with enough room for nutrition and a dry pair of socks. The Octane 18x has an Ultra-Light 3D Mesh Independent Suspension System, center expansion zip for gear, side cargo pockets and Slider Sternum Strap for a great no-bounce fit.


Want a bigger reservoir? We now carry the 70oz (2.0 liter) bladder.

Summer Training Programs - Begin Saturday

Open House & Gear Clinic

 Wed, June 20 at 7pm

Fleet Feet Sports - Tri TrainingTriathlon Summer Sampler

Begins June 25 @ 7pm


This summer training program is an 8-week swim course with pool-time at Cornerstone Aquatics, hands-on clinics covering topics like transitions, Bricks, nutrition and course previews, and a talk series geared towards preparing athletes for the Lake T Olympic Triathlon in late August. However, athletes competing in other races and distances (including those new to triathlons) can benefit!


Sign up for the whole series and receive a custom training plan for your event, tech tee, swim video analysis and a post-race party! Or, feel free to pick and choose your sessions and pay a $15 drop-in fee.



26.2 = Marathon!Marathon Training Program

Begins June 23/24


Marathon on your Bucket List? Or maybe you are looking to improve your time? Or maybe you enjoy the camaraderie training with a group provides. Fleet Feet has teamed up with the Hartford Marathon Foundation to offer two 16-week training programs for the ING Hartford Marathon.


The cost of the program is $195 (including race registration for the ING Hartford Marathon) or $115 without the race fee if you plan on running a different marathon. Choose between two long-run locations: 6:30am on Saturday's in Glastonbury or 7:00am Sunday's in West Hartford (you can float between the two groups as well). There will also be weekly fun runs and coached track workouts, plus a series of seminars given by doctors and nutritionists.


This program is open to first-time and repeat marathoners, but is not appropriate for the new runner who doesn't have a solid base of training since we will run 9 miles during our first practice. Pace groups will be available from 7-11 minute/mile paces (some groups will encourage a walk/run strategy




Half Marathon = 13.1 MilesHalf Marathon Training Program

Begins July 28 @ 8am


The half marathon is the perfect distance - and the ING Hartford Half Marathon course is one of the best around as it weaves its way through West Hartford including a jaunt in Elizabeth Park. This program is appropriate for those who can run/walk 6 miles at an 11:00 mile pace (or faster) before the first practice. Train with us and see how much fun 13.1 miles can be!



10k = 6.2 Miles 10k Training Program

June 23 @ 8:30am


If you have successfully run a 5k in the last 6 months and are ready for your next challenge, join our 10k training group.  This 10-week program is designed for our No Boundaries graduates and anyone who can currently run/walk 2-3 miles comfortably.  We will help you over the "4-mile barrier" and into distances that require two hands to count as you train for the Old Wethersfield 10k on August 26. 



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Beginner 5k Program

June 23 @ 9am & June 27 @ 6:30pm

Sponsored by New Balance


Have you always wanted to run or walk a 5k but didn't know how to begin training?  Maybe you are nervous or don't want to do it alone?  Maybe you have had a hard time sticking to a training program in the past.  If you answered "Yes" to any (or all!) of the above, this is the program for you! 


We use run/walk intervals and slowly ramp-up the time spent running and distance covered until you can complete a full 5k (3.1 miles). We offer lots of encouragement, a low coach-to-participant ratio and teach you the elements of Good Form Running so you can actually enjoy life on the run!


While No Boundaries focuses on beginners, all levels of walkers and runners are welcome. We will offer a special training group for those who have successfully completed a 5k before to help you run even faster and more comfortably...and to introduce you to new running friends.


**NEW: We are adding a Wednesday evening at 6pm session (from Fleet Feet) in addition to Saturday mornigns at 9am.**

Featured Runs: Firecracker 5k (July 1)

Glastonbury River RunnersOur friends at the Glastonbury River Runners are hosting their 4th Annual NRG Energy Firecracker 5k on Sunday, July 1 at 9am.  The course begins and end at Rotary Field on Olde Stage Road in Glastonbury and features gently rolling terrain through the Buttonball neighborhood.  In addition to the 5k, there is a two mile walk and a ¼ mile fun run for kids (free).  .


Registration is just $20 and can be completed online or in person on race day beginning at 7:30am. 


The first 150 registered participants will get a free t-shirt and awards will be presented to the top three male and female finishers in eight age groups. 

UCONN Health Study - Volunteers Needed
Do You Have or Think You Have High Blood Pressure?
  • Are You Between 18 to 55 Years of Age?
  • Are You a Non-Smoker?
  • Do You Want More Energy and Less Stress?

UConn logoIf you answered 'YES' to ALL of these questions, you may qualify for a UConn study of how different forms of exercise affect your blood pressure.

For your participation in this study you will receive:

1)      Three Exercise Stress Tests

2)      Regular Blood Pressure Measurements

3)      Financial Compensation (up to $250.00)

SPACE IS LIMITED. For more information, call Garrett Ash at the University of Connecticut at (860) 486-2812 or email

Study conducted by the University of Connecticut Department of Kinesiology and Hartford Hospital Department of Cardiology. This study has been approved by the University of Connecticut Institutional Review Board; Protocol # H11-065HH

Garlic Scapes

By Aubrey Schulz 

Get Out & Play - & Soak-up Vitiman D

Most of us could probably identify a tomato plant growing in a garden. Can you identify a garlic plant? Seeing a garlic plant for the first time, I acknowledged that we are not accostomed to seeing the full growth of the plant. In grocery stores we are presented with this white, flakey, papery bulb without an indication of the green plant it once was.


 Garlic, in the same family as onions, produces a large purple flower in the late spring. While this flower is pleasing to the eye, the taste buds win out and to develop a better garlic head, the emerging stalks are chopped off. Now the plant's energy shifts to the garlic bulb buried underground. Rather than cast the stems aside, farmers chop them off and sell them as garlic scapes.


 These vibrant green, twisty curly q's have a mild garlic fragrance and a mellow garlic flavor. They can be lightly cooked or enjoyed raw. In most recipes, scapes can be used in place of garlic cloves. Add them to a saute pan of warmed olive oil to impart garlic flavor to the dish. Sometimes I use them like chives or scallions and chop them and sprinkle them over rice, salads (veggie, rice or chicken) or made into a lovely pesto.


 Use this pesto recipe to add to pasta, bread, sugar snap peas, scallops or whatever your heart desires.


Garlic Scape and Almond Pesto



  • 10 garlic scapes, finely chopped, thick bottoms and wilted tops removed
  • 1/3 to 1/2 cup finely grated Parmesan (to taste and texture)
  •  1/3 cup almonds (you could toast them lightly, if you'd like, allow them to cool before adding)
  •  About 1/2 cup olive oil
  •  Sea salt


  • Put the scapes, cheese, almonds and half the olive oil in the bowl of a food processor or blender.
  • Blend all the ingredients and then add the remainder of the oil and, if you want, more cheese.
  • If you like the texture, stop; if you'd like it a little thinner, add some more oil. Season with salt.

If you're not going to use the pesto immediately, press a piece of plastic against the surface to keep it vibrant green. The pesto can be stored in the refrigerator for a couple of days or packed airtight and frozen for a couple of months. Makes about 1 cup



Aubrey Schulz is a certified nutrition and triathlon coach with Get Out N Play .  She works with clients to help them reach their nutritional and athletic goals, both in the kitchen and out on the road.

































































Mon-Thurs: 10-7

Fri: 10-6

Sat: 10-5:30

Sun: 12-5


Wed, July 4: 10am-2pm


 Phone: 860-233-8077




All events are at Fleet Feet Sports unless otherwise noted.

Wed June 20 @ 6am

 Morning Fun Run

3-5 Casual Miles

All abilities welcome


Wed, June 20 @ 6:30pm

Evening Fun Run

3-5 Casual Miles

All abilities Welcome!


Wed, June 20 @ 7-8pm

Training Program

Open House

Inspiration + Gear Clinic



Thurs, June 21 @ 6:30pm

Track Workout

at Saint Joseph College

All Abilities Welcome


Sat, June 23 @ 8am

Half Marathon Training

Program Starts

Learn More HERE


Sat, June 23 @ 8:30am

10k Training Program


Learn More HERE


Sat, June 23 @ 9am

5k No Boundaries

Program Starts

Learn More HERE


 Sat, June 23 @ 9:30-11am

FREE Injury Assements

by Select Physical Therapy

No Appointment Necessary


 Sun, June 24 @ 7am

Marathon Training

Program Starts

Learn More HERE


Sun, June 24 @ 5:30pm

Yoga for Runners

Bring a Mat or Towel

$10 - portion of proceeds

donated to FoodShare


Mon, June 25 @ 7pm

Triathlon Training

Program Starts

Learn More HERE


Mon, June 25 @ 7pm

Periodization & Designing Your Training Plan Seminar

with USAT Certified Coach Amy D'Anna



Mon, June 25 @ 6am

Morning Fun Run

3-5 Casual Miles

All abilities welcome


Wed, June 27 @ 6am

Morning Fun Run

3-5 Casual Miles

All abilities welcome


Wed, June 27 @ 6:30pm

Evening Fun Run

3-5 Casual Miles

All abilities welcome


Thurs, June 28 @ 6:30pm

Track Workout

at Saint Joseph College

All Abilities Welcome


Sun, July 1 @ 5:30pm

Yoga for Runners

Bring a Mat or Towel

$10 - portion of proceeds

donated to FoodShare


Mon, July 9@ 6:30pm

BRINK at Wood N'Tap

in Farmington

Run, Bike, Eat & Drink!

RSVP here


Sat, June 30 @ 8-9:30am

Open Water Swim Clinic

& Wetsuit Demo

at Lake Terramuggus

$15 - RSVP to Amy


Mon, July 2 @ 6:30-7:30pm

Swim Clinic w/Video Analysis

& swim drill rec's

$15 - RSVP to Amy

FREE Injury Assessments

Sat, June 23


Select PT Hotline

Injured?  Don't know whether you can run/play sports or if you should really see a doctor?  Come to our FREE Injury Assessment Clinic staffed by certified Athletic Trainers from Select Physical Therapy.


These free clinics will be offered every other Saturday.  No RSVP necessary - but you can call us to reserve a time (860-233-8077).


Can't make the clinic or need an assessment sooner?  Call and leave a message or email Stacy at Select's Free Injury Hotline:





Stacy is a licensed athletic trainer and Select PT's Director of Sports Medicine.  Depending on the severity of your injury, she may give you instructions on how to care for your injury at home or direct you to one of Select Physical Therapy's 30 clinics in CT for a free evaluation.

Injured Runner

Yoga for Runners

Sundays @ 5:30pm

at Fleet Feet

June 24 & July 1

 Got Yoga

Running + Yoga = Strength and Flexibility ... AVOID INJURY!


Yoga for Runners will help you to balance strength, increase range of motion, and train the body and mind. Learn how to coordinate your breath with movement. Develop a stronger body and mind connection. Use consistent and systematic conditioning to engage, strengthen, and place demands on all of your muscle groups to support and stabilize your skeletal system. Counteract the effects of your current workouts.


Yoga classes will be taught by Meghan Fanning - a runner, triathlete, certified yoga for athletes instructor & USA Cycling Level 3 coach. Meghan is currently training for her first ultramarathon 


Please bring a Yoga mat, blanket or towel, and wear comfortable clothes.


 Just $10/class - A portion of the proceeds will go to FoodShare

Periodization & Tips on Creating Your Training Program

Mon, June 25 @ 7pm


Come and learn how periodization can help you train and race more intelligently. This system involves variables such as: frequency (how 'often' you train), duration (how 'long' you train for one session), volume (how 'much' you train in a given week or cycle) and intensity (how 'hard' you train at any given time).


Setting up a training plan is similar to a recipe, helping you reach your peak for target key races.


This FREE seminar taught by USAT certified coach & Ironman Amy D'Anna is geared for the experienced runner or triathlete wanting advice on how to set up their training schedule for their next big event


This seminar also kicks off our summer Triathlon Training Program.  Plus, Amy will custom design a training program based on the principles of periodization for all those registered in the Tri Program.


Mon, July 9 @ 6:30pm

Bike + Run + drINK = FUN! 

Join us for our fourth BRINK (bike, run...drink) of the year!

We'll be meeting in the parking lot of Wood N'Tap in Farmington at 6:30 pm for a run (2-4 miles) or a bike ride on the Rail Trail. Afterwards, we'll head into the restaurant for drinks and fun!


Food will be $15/person, and includes a vegetable platter, 5 different pizzas, spinach and artichoke dip and chips and salsa. There will also be Happy Hour specials extended through the evening.

You need to be 21 years or older to partake in the beer. For those under 21, we will provide a nice selection of NUUN for you!


Please RSVP to


Wood N'Tap 

Sports Medicine Symposium

Tues, Aug 7 @ 7am-4pm

Medical Symposium 

Doctors, nurses, physical therapists, athletic trainers and medical students are invited to a special symposium focused on injuries of the ankle and foot hosted by Select Physical Therapy & Elite Sports Medicine.

Speakers include Dr. Lederman (podiatry), Drs. Kabbash & Nissen (orthopedic) and Dr. Dauphinais (internal/sports medicine) as well as experts in kinesiotaping, active release, Graston and shoes (Fleet Feet!). Physician lectures will be augmented with onsite cadaveric dissection and surgical demonstration.


Participants will be eligible to receive up to 7 CEUs for attending.


To learn more or to register, click here.

Summer XC Runs

for all Ages

 Various Wednesday Evenings in Bolton & Newington


XC = Cross Country 


Cross country courses aren't just for high schoolers, they are perfect for adults and kids of all ages.  Think nice packed dirt and grass trails with a few "rolling hills" to get your heart rate up.  Think no cars to have to be on the lookout for.  Think SHADE!


The towns of Newington and Bolton both host a summer fun cross country series open to runners of all ages.


The Bolton XC Series begins on Wednesday, June 20 and continues through August 8 (no race on July 4). They are perfect for the whole family as well as both new runners and competitive long-time runners.


The races are held on Wednesday evenings at the Bolton Heritage Farm (aka Rose Farm).  There is a toddler 100m race at 6pm (free), kids' mile at 6:10pm ($2) and a 2.3 mile race at 6:30pm ($3).  The max family charge for one night is $10. All races are off-road (no traffic!) and all profits support the Bolton High School Track Team. Prizes will be awarded at the end of the series.  For more info, click here




The Newington Park & Rec Dept will host their FREE fun runs on the cross country trails at John Wallace Middle School in Newington every Wednesday at 6:30pm beginning on July 11.  There will be both a 5k (3.1 miles) and a shorter 3k (about 2 miles) course.  Ribbons are awarded to all finishers.  For more info, email Jay Krusell at


These runs are hosted in honor of Mr. Frank O'Rourke who was a longtime Newington High School XC Coach.  Participants under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who needs to sign the program waiver.


Both the Bolton and Newington runs are a great way for the whole family to stay in shape this summer, as well as high school runners logging their summer miles in preparation for the XC season this fall and for adults like me who want to pretend like they are in high school training for XC again.

Wed Night Fun Runs
6:30pm (at the store) 
Fun Run Crowd

Join Duncan & a great group of Fleet Feet Friends for a casual fun run each Wedensday night at 6:30pm.  We go between 1-5 miles (a route for all abilities).  All paces (including walkers) are welcome to join us. 

It's a great way to meet new friends and running partners.  


Meet at the store.  Now that it is dark when we run, please wear reflective gear and lights so everyone is seen and safe! 

Note: Fun Runs are canceled during snow and thunder storms and when roads/sidewalks are too icy and dangerous.  Check our Facebook page on Wednesday's for status of run.
Thursday Night Track Workout
Track Workout

Track workouts are back!  

Do you feel the need for speed?  Or maybe your workout routine needs a little spice.  Join Coach Schuyler each Thursday for a fun track workout.  Last week we had almost 100 people - from beginners to more experienced runners!

Join us every Thursday - 6:30pm at Saint Joseph College Track.   Please park in the upper parking lot (NOT the O'Connell Gym lot or we risk losing our permit to use the track).


 These workouts are designed for runners of ALL abilities.  The goal is to introduce you to different types of running (intervals, hills, tempo runs) and help you get stronger and faster.  This is your opportunity to get professional coaching for free - and meet some great fellow runners. 


Can't make it to the workout? Email Schuyler to receive his Weekly Workout email so you can still get your speed-fix in!

The Perfect 4-Day Getaway!

Only 8 Spots Left!

July 31 - Aug 4

The Stephen Taber

One of the highlights of 2011 was chartering a beautiful wooden schooner and sailing Penobscot Bay in Maine with a great group of Fleet Feet Peeps. Four days and nights of sailing, gourmet eating and relaxing - sprinkled with a few run/walks in picturesque island villages (including one run to Black Dinah Chocolatiers on Isle Au Haut where we ate our fill of their award-winning sea salt caramels!). The trip was the perfect combination of adventure and pampering.


I'm thrilled to announce that we'll be hosting another chartered "Running Cruise" (though, you don't have to run - you can walk, swim or just relax) on the Stephen Taber this summer from July 31 - August 4.


The trip will be led by our Events Manager, Kristen, and her husband Dave. While the Taber is a National Historic Landmark, it has been updated with modern amenities like electricity, running water, bathrooms and cozy private cabins. The all-inclusive trip fee is $788.


Perhaps the best feature on board is a vintage woodstove that produces five-star meals at the hands of a talented chef.  We're talking handmade breads, soups, risotto, gnocchi, roasts and delectable deserts - complemented by fresh ingredients from local gardens and the sea and perfectly paired wines.  Their motto is to error on the side of decadence.  It's no wonder Rachel Ray is a huge fan!    


To be tempted even more, check out the Stephen Taber's web site.  Call Captain Jane at 1-800-999-7352 or email to reserve your spot on the Fleet Feet Sports Running Cruise.  


Run, Sail, Eat...Repeat!

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