East Coast Wanderings & Hell Hath No Hurry 50K – Getting ready for a taste of hell
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East Coast Wanderings & Hell Hath No Hurry 50K – Getting ready for a taste of hell

…It had been 12 years since the last time I been up there, long before I was who I am now, and certainly before I was a runner. The mixed memories of my youth left me with a view that was grander than what lay before me. It was a sublime moment of reflection. Our memories of the past are often minimal when seen through the eyes our future selves…. Continue reading

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2015 Folsom Lake Ultra Trail 110K Race Report

Date of Race: 10 Oct 2015 A Change of Plans… I had intended to close out 2015 with my first 100 mile distance, the Rio Del Lago –  accomplishing an incredible distance, on a beautiful course, in a scenic location, while taking home my first buckle, and a WSER ticket to boot. It was the … Continue reading

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Gold Rush 10 Mile / 5K Trail Run Race Report

Honey, wake up. It’s almost six o’clock. *%$#. One four-letter-expletive later, and I was up out of bed and moving. Dressed for the day with coffee in hand, I grabbed my gear bag and ran to the car. Folsom Lake, here I come. Super September Yolo Brewing and Total Body Fitness, two local Sacramento area … Continue reading

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Barefoot Marathon Man Dean Fulton

The whole issue with the barefooting was interesting to me.  I got lots of comments of course, mostly based on some form of “I could never do that!”, but for me it’s all just about the running and the fact that I’m barefoot is entirely secondary to me.  There’s nothing at all heroic or brave or … Continue reading

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2015 GVH Labor Day Races – 10K Race Report

Davis is a wonderful city. In 1966, city planners began adding bicycle lanes to the streets, driving a cultural identity that would further shape the city for decades to come. There are now over 100 miles of Bike Lanes and Bike Paths throughout the City and surrounding area, and these miles of pathways are shared by walkers … Continue reading

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DNF: The Rancho Cañada del Oro Race Report

It was going to be difficult month. In June, I was faced with a daunting list of obligations; family, kids, baby, work, household and personal tasks, followed by a myriad of other obligations. The fog was going to push me to my emotional, financial, and time-in-the-day limits. It was going to be a short sprint, lasting … Continue reading


Bucket List? More like ‘Buckle List’.

With the Hardrock and Western States recently in running news, I got to thinking about “the list”. Every runner has one… The running “Bucket List’. Many races make it to the list for the storied history that accompanies them, some for the challenge, Many make the list because, as a runner – it is just “something … Continue reading