Since its been a contentious week with team members at odds with each other over a number of issues, here's a topic I'm sure we can all identify with. In fact, EVERY runner I know has had to deal with this matter during a run at one time or another. So I provide the following resource to all Glastonbury runners free of charge.
What am I talking about? Why, a map of the porta-potties around town (and beyond), of course!
GI issues. We've all been there. Maybe it was something you ate the night before. Or perhaps just prior to the run that didn't agree. Maybe you didn't spend enough time purging the tank beforehand. When you are out on a run and you start getting the red alert from engineering downstairs to address a toxic matter its best you act quickly. But where to go? It pays to have an idea where the nearest Johnny-on-the-spot is located. It could be right around the corner and relief is moments away.
Luckily the town has a number of porta-johns scattered around town and I have done some extensive research to map their locations. They are typically at town-owned public spaces like parks and even schools. So if you fear the cauldron might bubble over during your run be sure to take a route that would bring you close to these relief stations.
The hope is this might save you some agony. You can thank me later.
Oh, and if you know of some that I missed, please submit a comment and let us know where they are. For example, is there a porta-potty behind the police station near the baseball field and playscape?
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