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a visionary dud or?

On a good day after work, I take deep breaths and walk home slowly. It’s paradise. I inhale bus fumes and see amputated trees. It’s been that way for 10 days now….tree stumps on apartment lawns. 537 more words


Mexico - Part 9 (of 9): Mountains, Copper Canyons, and Cowboys (Zacatecas to Nogales; May 1-16, 2017)

After 14 days exploring beautiful mountains and cities big and small in the states of Mexico, Hidalgo, Queretaro, Guanajuato, and Zacatecas with Mathieu’s mom, Marie ( 5,883 more words


Of the Bare-footed Ones

Today I’m thinking of the bare-footed ones
as I look down at my sole
(paid $150 for these, man!)
Thinking of the Tarahumara
Jesus… 297 more words


Mountain Biking The Trail of Death

Afterward, we began to call it the Trail of Death.

For the longest time, Batopilas, Mexico was connected to the small town of Cerro Colorado by just a little bit of dirt road and seven or so miles of trail, just barely wide enough for burro traffic. 1,723 more words

Are we Born to Run??

Two consecutive books on running and runners life ! I am all geared up to get back to my running with more finer techniques and posture correction. 766 more words

Calling all Barefooter's

Hey guys! So as most of you know, a handful of years ago i started into a barefoot transition. Less my time in my office I generally try and go pretty close to barefoot all of the time. 211 more words


Exploiting Mexico's Indigenous People to Get the West Its Drugs

In the 1600s, Northern Mexico’s indigenous Tarahumara tribe escaped Spanish incursions by moving deep into the rugged Sierra Madre. There, they cultivated the steep canyons, maintained their cultural identity and traditions, and developed into some of the world’s best long-distance runners, able to run for days without stopping. 707 more words