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A weekend of ag-tourism and trail running

A couple of weeks ago, I was in Chico, CA to run my first ever trail race and attend one of my favorite NorCal events, the Sierra Oro Passport Weekend. 805 more words


The Beginning

The idea of blogging about me personal thoughts on race, gender and the media are really scary. I always try my best to be open-minded but it would be a life if I said that I was always open-minded. 522 more words


Out of Sight

If you’ve ever been to a historic spot or a well travelled tourist location you may notice that many of these structures have set up defenses against pests like pigeons and squirrels.  1,493 more words

Another case of innocent stereotyping

I love Colorado. One of the reasons I love the state is its super chilled culture. Places like Fort Collins, Boulder have amazing bars with a million and one combination of beers; not to mention hippies (the reasonably clean ones) – I love them and their care free attitude. 257 more words

Social Issues

Runner, Runner

When I was little, I used to pack a little backpack, put on my favorite hat with a big sunflower plastered on the front, and pretend to run away from home. 361 more words


2014 IHRA Mod Champion Mark Pressey

2014 IHRA Mod Champion

Mark Pressey 

NORWALK, Ohio (October 22, 2014) – It is amazing how one seemingly insignificant decision can have such a profound impact on a person’s life. 745 more words

IHRA 2014