Osceola High School Track – Kissimmee, FL

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Today is my last day of vacation in Orlando, Florida, before heading back home to the frigid north of Minnesota, so I’m taking a short break from the African track series again, to post a local track from the area here. In fact this is a track that I was hoping to train on this past weekend, only to find it locked up and closed when I drove over there. This track is at Osceola High School, in Kissimmee, and is home of the Kowboys. This looked like a very nice track. And being a high school teacher myself, I enjoyed seeing the actual school also, and how different it was from schools in Minnesota.

 

*Note – I’m actually posting this from my phone today, and could not get the actual Google Map Link. I will update it when I get home. Now time for one last run in some warm weather!

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