Last Round of Bib Practice

“I thought you dropped.” Those were the first words I heard after I crossed the finish line in 5 hours and 33 minutes at the SOB50k this past weekend. They were uttered by a friend who generally races around my pace, but had been waiting at the aforementioned finish line for nearly 40 minutes by […] more

The Rundown 7.13-7.19

Last week was a good one. With an even better weekend. The good folks behind Waldo 100k organized a trail work weekend to clear/improve/maintain the race course and some additional sections of the PCT. I took Friday off to join them for a couple of days of clearing, brushing, running, camping and drinking beer around […] more

Rainier Recovery

In the race between recovering from Rainier and writing about it, recovery wins. My run report from Rainier is about 93% finished. I think it needs one more round of beer + writing and coffee + editing and it will be ready for the internet. Stay tuned. But my recovery seems to be at or […] more


Wonderland Trail: The Quick and Dirty

I knew running the Wonderland Trail around Mount Rainier was going to exceed my expectations in every possible way. And holy shit, was I right. The 93 mile circle with over 25k’ of climbing along the way was, without question, one of the hardest things I’ve ever run. The only thing that rivals it was […] more


Next Stop: Rainier!

In less than an hour, I’ll be in a car on my way to Washington to run the Wonderland Trail (!!!!) ICYMI: I’m running 93 miles around a very big mountain. It’s tough to convey just how excited I am for this run. I know it’s not that rare for me to go frolic on […] more

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