I'm procrastinating a little. It's day two of our January thaw. It's 48 degrees and raining, which has glazed the 4th-class gravel road in front of our house with a sheen of mottled gray ice. So, I'm less excited to get out there and put in the miles today, but I know I need them … Continue reading every step
I am honored to have been featured by several news organizations this week. Articles about Climate Run were printed in today's editions of The Times Argus Newspaper and the Caledonian Record. Earlier this week, Vermont Biz, VT Digger, and USA Running all posted articles about the 2017 Arctic Trail Run. In the Caledonian Record, I was … Continue reading In all things
I had planned a long run for yesterday, January 1, to start off the New Year -- and the Climate Run 500-mile Challenge -- on strong footing. Of the 14 or so miles I had planned, I finished just over 6, mostly because despite how stunningly beautiful the alpine scenery along New Hampshire's Franconia Ridge, … Continue reading Goals vs. Expectations
This winter has come on cold and fast. When our running team came back to campus from the TARC Winter Fells Ultra 50k in Massachusetts on December 3rd, there was plenty of snow to ski on and a forecast for temps of -10 F. Around here, winter comes as a relief -- it's the season … Continue reading Winter Training #goals
Fantastic training run across some of the Franconia Ridge in New Hampshire's White Mountains today!