Thursday, March 05, 2009

Day 809 -- Prison Museum


According to this post at Brendan Alexander's Perplexing Times, Deer Lodge, Montana, "Has Prison Museum Genre Locked Down" I don't know about that. In February, 2006, I visited the Prison Museum in Mount Holly, New Jersey. I don't know how many Prison Museums there might be in the U.S. I wouldn't have guessed even one, but there seem to be at least two. I don't want to venture an opinion on which one is the best. I hate to take sides.

Yesterday's recovery run really worked. I felt great this morning. I ran faster and further than yesterday, and still felt good at the end. I have to remember that. I'm trying to raise the number of days that I run, but I can't run all-out every day. Some days, I just need to run easy, to get my exercise, but also allow myself to recover.

3 comments:

Pat said...

And then there's Alcatraz. It's an amazing place to visit. But, I wouldn't want to live there.

COUSIN JOGGER said...

DON'T FORGET THE WEST VIRGINIA STATE PENNITENTARY AT MOUNDSVILLE W VA. HAS A RATHER SCARY MUSEUM.

Beth said...

This picture cracked me up. I love the kids jumping around, "Yeah! We are in prison!"