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We picked up the Conestoga from See Grins just in time for a weekend trip into the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Do you want to hear about our Half Marathon in San Diego last weekend or get a status report on the Conestoga? Ok, I’ll start with the run report. I’ll finish with a Talking Cartoon Horse.
Fudge it. That’s my advice if you want to run the 12K Bay to Breakers next year. If you run a 10 minute mile, register as a 6 minute miler to get as close to the front as possible (why’s that middle-aged white dude up … Continue reading
Just as our path forward with training for a full Marathon appeared uncertain, we have inadvertently added some runs that nicely correlate with Hal Higdon’s Marathon Training Guide for novices, v.2. It started last weekend with S and I splitting … Continue reading
We arrived in the Santa Ynez Valley on Friday in the Conestoga. The Santa Ynez Valley is just north of Santa Barbara in the Central California wine country, 230 miles South of the Western Outpost. We arrived early to drive the race … Continue reading
We are signed up for the Santa Barbara Wine Country Half Marathon next week. If you’ve seen the highly acclaimed movie Sideways with Paul Giamatti, you’ll have a good idea of the towns, back roads and vineyards we will be running … Continue reading
We learned the hard way that running with the residual effects of the flu and neglecting training certainly has an effect on one’s running performance. The Dallas Rock n Roll Half Marathon was not the bucket of monkeys for which … Continue reading
We’ve been out West for a few weeks and it seems like it’s been raining non-stop since we’ve returned. Persistent rain in the South Bay is not part of the Chamber of Commerce pitch. And now, instead of complaining of drought, … Continue reading
I joked about the hill at mile 12 of the Austin Half Marathon in my last post, which was an about face from my cursing of that hill as I ran it. I named it the Crusher, because after conquering the … Continue reading