So, I was asked to keep a log. It was a real pain, I admit. Both a bit of “storyline” and many specifics were demanded by David Blaikie, and I think about 95% of the time I complied with them. Of course the names of the crew and if they have a running background (I was the only multiday runner besides Al). Minimum 5 witnesses a day with name & address, but there must have been several days where it was just too isolated.
Times running, times stopped, miles. Start/finish. Al had about 13 hours running, 3 hours break en route, 8 hours night break. Since Dave’s run is so different, I feel I have put forward our numbers.
Special events like press conferences. Al had many acquaintances within the sport who helped us with various things, and of course these are important witnesses.
The more details, the better. It sounds easy, but the crew soon grow tired of life on the road.