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Vehicles – Racing Days is a read along story book, it’s study to you aloud, little ones can study along with the story. It is also Excellent for bedtime stories. Read Aloud Story Books for Kids, young children, toddlers, babies, kindergarten.

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NYC marathon, Oct 2014 – 03
(a lot more particulars later, as time permits)

When upon a time, I had critical intentions of operating the New York marathon. It was back in 1979, and the entire issue was considerably significantly less formal than it is now. Certainly, it was sufficiently informal that Rosie Ruiz was accidentally offered a “finished time” of two:56:29 for the New York event that year, which certified her for the 1980 Boston marathon. It was later discovered that she had not run the entire NYC course (nor did she do so up in Boston on April 21, 1980), and her time was ultimately rescinded in each races. Had her occasions stayed in the record books, her Boston time of two:31:56 would have been the quickest female time ever in the Boston marathon and the third-quickest female time ever recorded in any marathon…

Informal as the New York marathon was in those ancient days, you nonetheless couldn’t just show up at the beginning line and anticipate to be welcomed. On the other hand, all that was required to get an official invitation was going down to the principal branch of the U.S. Post Office on 34th Street at midnight on some lengthy-forgotten summer time evening,and waiting in line with a bunch of equally crazy people. I got my entry ticket (or letter, or certificate, or what ever it was) a couple of days later, and began following a relatively severe education regimen, operating my way up to a modest 10-mile race … till a organization trip took me to Sydney, Australia for most of the month of August, 1979. Between company and social events, and the cold, wet climate of Sydney’s winter season, I didn’t do any running at all for that whole month … and with my education regimen broken, I wisely decided not to run the marathon at all.

But given that then, I’ve constantly had a fondness for the NYC marathon — especially thinking about how considerably it has grown, and what a city-wide celebration it has turn out to be. I missed the occasion in 2013 and 2012, so it has been three years because I watched on the sidelines in 2011. With the promise of cold-but-sunny climate this year, I decided to return once once again — and, as in 2011, I positioned myself at roughly the 24.five-mile point, at the beginning of a downhill run at roughly 78th Street, at the side of the Central Park “inner roadway.”

The runners pass by all afternoon, and properly into the evening but it’s a little far more tough to anticipate when the lead runners will reach any certain point. There are now so many participants in the marathon (about 50,000) that the runners are released in “waves,” beginning with those on hand-operated wheelchair/bicycles, and the “elite” ladies, the elite men, and three or four waves of mere mortals. There was an additional delay this year, due to the fact the headwinds had been so robust that the initial wave had great difficulty propelling their wheeled autos up more than the “hump” of the Tappan Zee bridge. So if you’re standing someplace along the route, at the 10-mile mark, or the 20-mile mark, or (as I was) the 24.five mile mark, you can only guess at the moment when the lead runners — or a buddy or loved ones member whom you want to cheer onward to the finish line — may be coming near you.

On the other hand, there are some clues. Helicopters hover above the lead runners, low sufficient that you can hear the roar of their blades and there are two or three waves of police automobiles and motorcycles zooming ahead of the runners, pushing men and women back to the sidelines, and ensuring that there are no disruptions or obstacles to slow them down. Then — and it’s usually an adrenaline rush! — you see the official race car, driving just a few feet ahead of the lead runners, with a large race clock mounted on its roof, displaying these quickly-moving runners the exact number of hours, minutes, and seconds because they began their journey back at the edge of Staten Island.

The lead runners, of whom there are often two or three or 4 even up to the final mile, are often many minutes ahead of the subsequent ones but those who are in positions 3, 4, five or ten, and who will get no recognition at all from the press, the media, or the crowd when they finish … properly, they nonetheless run as if their lives depend on it. And the crowd cheers them on, clapping and calling out their names and urging them onward.

1 of the variations I noticed this year was the widespread use of bicycle horns and cow-bells that the onlookers utilised to generate a cacophony of merry noise I do not know if the runners took it as a sign of encouragement, but it certain sounded that way to me …

I stayed longer than I had intended, and took several hundred a lot more images that I had planned … but they’re all just bits on the camera’s digital memory card, so it doesn’t really matter. One may well argue that I ought to have stayed for eight or ten hours, till the final runner had straggled by. And perhaps I need to have photographed each of the 50,000 runners, for I’m confident they every single had their personal story to tell. But after a although, it gets overwhelming — and the faces and bodies and brightly colored shirts and tights and footwear begin to blur…

I consider I got a representative collection of photographs and the video clips will give you a sense of the noise and the motion of what seemed like an endless stream of humanity racing previous … but to genuinely realize it, you require to be there in individual. Barring a crippling storm (like Hurricane Sandy, which forced the cancellation of the 2012 marathon), you’ll find one more crowd of 50,000 runners racing through Central Park at the end of subsequent year’s marathon, on the first Sunday in November. And with any luck, I’ll be there with my camera …

Who knows: maybe even Rosie Ruiz will be there, too. It turns out that she was arrested in 1982 for embezzling $60,000 from a real estate company where she worked right after a week in jail and a sentence of five years’ probation, she moved back to south Florida, where she was arrested in 1983 for her involvement in a cocaine deal. But as of the year 2000, she nevertheless insisted that she had run the whole 1980 Boston marathon. C’est la vie…
By Ed Yourdon on 2014-11-02 11:03:54
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22 thoughts on “Cars Study Along Story book | Automobiles – Racing Days | Study Aloud Story Books for Kids”

  1. Did anyone know that switcher looks like Jackson storm but without the spoiler at the back and the number 2.0 and his sponsors

  2. It seems like that switcher car is Jackson storm and a yellow car looked like Cruz! Also Doc is dead….soooooo

  3. You know now looking back at this, that grey car looks like Storm

    Also, I prefer the Race’o’Rama game, because we got more insight on what happened

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