It's amazing what you can learn about yourself on the Internet.
As a cross-country runner in high school, I had placed 82nd in the state championship, in Oregon. That much I knew.
What I learned on the Internet was that I had run the race in 13 minutes and 30 seconds.
I don't think I had ever known that. I certainly didn't expect to find it on the net.
It was a long time ago. 1972.
But there it is in black and white. The winning time, I see, was 11 minutes, 54 seconds.
I also see that three of my teammates finished ahead of me, three behind. I had almost forgotten their names, but now I can picture them clearly.
Dan Aunspaugh, Ed Nelson, Randy Herman, Doug Parham, Bob Knytysch, Steve Stoyles -- great bunch of guys.