Because they can issue citations. Don’t worry! I worked my way out of this pickle with nothing more than a firm talking-to and a ripped dress.
The moment I turned 33, all hell broke loose. But I’m starting to realize that demons are much better loose than restrained- or maybe I’m just getting to old to hold … Continue reading My Patrick Ewing birthday road trip trail running adventures Part 1- The drama
I almost missed my flight home last week, and I totally feel like a celebrity superhero mega-champ about it. The real kicker is, this genius was waiting in the airport for … Continue reading How to sprint through the airport like a boss and swagger on home
Happy Spring, Everybody!! Today is rainy and grey, but I’m totally gettin springy with it after an awesome run yesterday, followed by an annual clean-up party at my friend’s farm. … Continue reading Magical mysteries of group running: Big Springs Badger Run reviewed
Working for yourself is scary and challenging. This past week, I’ve interviewed a couple of young, creative entrepreneurs who are either in the process of, or already have taken … Continue reading Too wild for this world: essential rebellion in ultrarunning and entrepreneurship
It took me a little while to get around to this, but last week I ran the Headwaters 50K for the second year in a row. Which, due to unexpected … Continue reading Hot & dirty: Headwaters 50K review
Whew! So, after much web research, asking around, and creating a mega nerdy spreadsheet of trail races within a 500 mile radius, I think I’ve finally decided on the ones … Continue reading Annual blood sacrifice to the trail gods
This story does not end well, but I’m going to try starting it off on a lighter note. Since I’m recovering from a running injury, I decided to give aqua-jogging … Continue reading My First Wildfire
My day started out as usual. Woke up at 6, ate my typical pre-long run breakfast of toast, almond butter, honey and banana and washed it down with some strong … Continue reading Love Hurts: Headwaters Ultra 50K Race Review
… I can’t help agreeing with those that would not quit. In less than two days, I will run my first ultramarathon. The past several weeks have been intense, fun, hellish, … Continue reading I don’t know much, but I do know this: with a golden heart comes a rebel fist
It’s been quite a while since I last updated this blog. That’s only because I’ve been directing all of my energy toward a major transition (yes, another one). Shasta is … Continue reading To see farther, climb higher
Normally I avoid popular media at all costs (because I prefer to think for myself and also because I’m sucked in to the Game of Thrones books), but this article was … Continue reading Oh Hey! Let’s pick on the positive marathoner battling cancer! JERKS!