Hey there! Long time no post! While I’ve thought about posting a few times, I’ve been told recently that “sayin’ and doin’ are two different things”. It’s been a helluva summer. Let me fill you in… My summer was full in many ways: adventuring, dating, learning new skills at work. But there was also an […]Read More Sayin’ and Doin’
I just had ten days off in Wisconsin, spent with my amazing Spaceteam trail family. We worked the same golf tournament that we did last year, the location being in Kohler, WI this year, as opposed to last year’s hot and humid Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Even though we worked hard with weird schedules for […]Read More Rested and Restless
Friday, April 5, 2019: I planned to be at packet pick up in Folsom when it started at noon, so that I could take my time working my way back to my Airbnb in Auburn by late afternoon. I got a killer Americano at The Pour Choice in old town Auburn, and made my way […]Read More Race Report: 2019 American River 50 Mile Endurance Run
A few years ago I was running a lot. I had a coach and a full racing schedule for 2016: two 50 mile races and a 100 miler to end the year. It was ambitious, and I was in it for all the wrong reasons. With the exception of an unplanned 50k personal best in […]Read More Slaying dragons
Saying “YES!” to opportunity means sometimes having to throw more logical or rational judgement out the window in the name of adventure, but sometimes it’s merely carving out moments in your day for new experiences in your life. It means eating questionably potent LSD while paddling the Shenandoah River, and eating at almost every deli […]Read More Saying “YES!” to opportunity (aka Just Eat the Acid)
Hiking for 5 months was a dream come true. Especially at 41 years old. I found out pretty quickly that I was in a smaller-represented age demographic on trail. I felt like there were two major age groups: those who were 18-30, and those who were 60+. In the former, I felt like there was […]Read More Spaceteam!
June 8, 2018. I was standing on the side of the trail, not having even gone a mile yet, and I was completely pantsless. Or shorts-less, rather. I made a half-ass attempt to look for other hikers before I began to wash my shorts out with my Dr. Bronner’s. At that point, I had a […]Read More There are two types of hikers…Part 1