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Don't dress for summer

Written by on September 9, 2009 at 11:45 am

The weather forecast for this weekend varies depending on who you ask. Heather suggested what to pack, and Susan specifically encouraged us to prepare for rain. Regardless of rain or shine, you should remember to bring warm clothes. It may not sound like sensible advice for someone who's going to be in the blistering sun for six hours at a time, but it's the other 18 hours you need to consider. The evening activities and ceremonies are held outdoors, and Cape Cod in September can be quite cool. Pack a sweater or two so that you can always dress down a layer if need be.

Oh, and for those ceremonies? You may want to bring a box of tissues or two as well.

Ken joined the MS Challenge Walk in 2005, more than a decade after his mother was diagnosed. After walking for three years and 150 miles, he switched to the support crew and now rides his bicycle along the trail, providing whatever encouragement (and snacks!) he can to the 600 walkers. He is also an alumnus of the event's steering committee and is this site's webmaster.

Lookin' good in Challenge Walk apparel

Written by on August 27, 2009 at 1:38 pm

In just two weeks, we'll be huddling under the tent at the Cape Cod Sea Camps in Brewster. As you walk your way there, you'll work up a sweat — but come the night time, it can get quite chilly. What better way to keep your warmth and your spirits alive than with official MS Challenge Walk clothing?

Check out our online store, where you can order cotton sweatshirts, sweatpants, shirts, and tank tops. Everyone gets a shirt when they cross the finish line, but if you want something more with which to show your colors year-round, our online store has you covered.

All items are available in six different sizes. If you place your online order by August 31st at 5 PM, your selections will be waiting for you at the MS Challenge Walk. If you have any questions about the apparel, please email the MS Challenge Walk Team.

Ken joined the MS Challenge Walk in 2005, more than a decade after his mother was diagnosed. After walking for three years and 150 miles, he switched to the support crew and now rides his bicycle along the trail, providing whatever encouragement (and snacks!) he can to the 600 walkers. He is also an alumnus of the event's steering committee and is this site's webmaster.