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Morning Gold

One morning, straight out of bed, we put on our running gear when the sky had just started going from dark blue to a brighter blueish colour – and my immediate reaction: what a feeling to be up and out before the sun! 166 more words


Born to Run

I know, I’m probably the last “runner” in the universe to read Christopher McDougall’s Born to Run.

Hell, I might be the last human being in general. 1,338 more words


When I Say Hobo, I Mean Hobo

Photo: Permanent Slab City resident “Granny”

This month my friend Crista Scott wrote her first article for Trail Runner Magazine about the ten things she learned over her summer as a dirtbag… 803 more words

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Day seven - solidarity day

For the last time (this year) we rolled out of bed. Awakened by the sun and the now daily cries of ‘yalla yalla’ from the blue uniformed… 247 more words

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Something new: Pilot Mountain to Hanging Rock 50K race report

I *love* point-to-point trail races. So when a new 50K opened up that wasn’t too far away, I was excited. Some friends signed up, which only made it more enticing. 1,784 more words

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Cirque Crest Loop: Windy Point & Marion Peak

The Cirque Crest is located between the Middle and South Forks of the Kings River which form the heart of Kings Canyon National Park. Naturally, the terrain is extremely rugged and the scenery is magnificent. 752 more words

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Do you smell your running sneakers?

When I was a kid, I’d love to smell different things. I know, it sounds weird, but I was a weird one. Heck, I’d play an actual football game in my front and back yards with….myself. 756 more words

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