4-20-2009, John O'Hurley stopped in for an interview on one of our stations and graciously posed for pictures. He was in Anchorage playing King Arthur in the musical Monty Python's Spamalot. And we will always remember him as J. Peterman from Seinfeld and those GCI commercials.
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BRIAN POLAR PLUNGES...AGAIN!
The 2010 Polar Plunge for
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Every now and then, I have a brush with greatness.
Hopefully some of that greatness stays with me.
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And here is ANOTHER cover of a Queen song. Let's see if you can name all of the artists.
I'm getting ready for BIKE MS, the last and longest charity bike ride of the season. This year, it's on the weekend of September 11th, and it's going to be extra challenging because day one alone has a 110 mile course! 110 miles in one day?? I've never done that before, but I will do my best.
Earlier this week, I did almost 50 miles after work. So says my trusty odometer.
I went from Dimond Center to Kincaid Park, Point Woronzof, and down the Coastal Trail to Downtown. Then I took the Ship Creek Trail (and got POUNDED by heavy rain!) to Mountain View and rode all the way out to the Fort Richardson gates before turning around and heading back to the DC.
A complete circle back to Dimond Center was about 44.5 miles on my meter, then I went home. But while out in Kincaid Park, I did stop to see some of the local residents...
6 MOOSE!! In one ride. Look at those antlers--their YUUUGE!! And believe it or not, that's NOT the most I've seen in a day biking through Kincaid. I love this city!
Please help to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Make a donation to sponsor me and my biking team, Team I.T.Y. at www.BrianBikes.com (click on the Blue Biker). You can also find out why we call it Team I.T.Y..