Photos: Turkey Trot With Plenty of 'Dressing'

Patch's slide show of the 2011 Turkey Trot, a 5k/10k/Kids run and walk and true community event, draws 6,500 entrants to Belmont Shore's Bike Path.

Belmont Shore's 9th annual Thanksgiving morning outing along the beach was a lively festival of thousands, who burned off the feast long before it started. So many costumes dotted the bike path that we laughed until it ended at 11 a.m. Among our favorites to trot by the Patch tent:  turkeys with pilgrims, pilgrims with Native Americans, and a quintent of female pilgrims that looked like a girl band in matching t-shirts with black running shorts ("Don't tell anyone it's my birthday," said a t-shirt each wore, with a photo of their friend Edie, who wore it with humor).  HAPPY THANKSGIVING AND LOOK FOR OUR VIDEO SOON.

Eugene Sanchez November 24, 2011 at 11:39 PM
Thanks for inviting me Nancy, I had plenty of fun!
Nancy Wride November 25, 2011 at 08:10 AM
My Patch green and white face painting was the talk of our big family day in Sierra Madre. :D


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