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Going South- Part 2

Going South- Part 2

I finished an amazing run up to Angel’s Landing to be greeted by three kids on a tail gate eating oatmeal. Normally, they would still be sleeping, but today they were excited to get on to the next leg of the journey. They work early and started packing so that...
Going South- Part 1

Going South- Part 1

Spring in Idaho is variable. After cold, snowy winters it is common to have glimpses of the sun, rain, snow, hot, and cold, and sometime all in one day. Don’t get me wrong, I love the variety of Idaho weather, but sometimes I just want to be warm and to be able...
The Smell of the Weekend

The Smell of the Weekend

Weekends are busy times. With the demands of work, family, training and various other responsibilities there is often little time in the week to adventure. Hence the time old tradition of packing as much as possible into a weekend. When I left home on Friday morning,...
Conservación Patagonica

Conservación Patagonica

This past November, Jeff Browning, Krissy Moehl and I ran over 100 miles through the future Patagonia National Park in Aysen, Chile. For two days we ran up and over mountains, through windy grassland valleys, and across rivers of cold glacial run-off. Our carefully...
Focus on Adventure

Focus on Adventure

Before I started running 8 years ago I went to the mountains for adventure. Often there were objectives like summiting a peak, running a rapid or a river or hiking to x location. Once I started running I continued to adventure, but more and more often the focus...