There are many books about running available that attempt to discover what it all means to be out along a course, street, or trail; about the psychology, makeup, sensibility and consciousness of it all, the camaraderie, the friendship, the overcoming, surmounting, and the conquering of one’s self—just the mindfulness, the being and presence of running. This book is definitely not one of them!
During his runs in the kilt, the overriding question was: “What do you have on underneath?” His response? “Do you really want to know?” So, in the picture, the girl is attempting to discover the secret for herself, peaking “behind the curtain”, if you will. A metaphorical look into the mysteries that we all have within.
“I didn’t know there were ‘Twelve days of Marathon!’ I wish that I were young and indestructible again. I would join you in some of your delightful adventures. What a wonderful way to keep a personal journal! You’re my hero” (Dean Thomson).
“What an epic! Keep on charging, Kilt Boy” (Dean Karnazes).
“I have no idea how you run in the kilt. If I have the slightest rough spot or friction from my outfit, I rash out. The kilt doesn't wilt!” (Charlie Nickell).