We've had some interesting weather this week -- overcast mornings with marine layer drizzle that would be more typical for May and June than towards the end of August. On the plus side, this means that my morning runs are rather pleasant (but sweaty nevertheless, due to the humidity). To push me through the "August … Continue reading Running with the Resistance
July 1st, 2021 marks the 4th anniversary of running. I began to run in summer 2017 and you can read more about my efforts in the archive for my "running" posts that I published here, over time. During the early months of the pandemic, when all trails were suddenly closed as people were trying to … Continue reading The 4th Runniversary
I need to get a new t-shirt or two for my trail runs. On the front, it should read, big: "Wear A Proper Mask" and on the back, a little smaller: "Yes, that means you, elderly white person, and you, mountain biker."
Three years ago, on July 1st, 2017, I began to run - and I still run. Those who've been reading this personal blog for a while might remember that it began as a way to lose weight, in a bet with my friend Tracy. After our little contest ended, I continued running because I realized … Continue reading The Third Runniversary
Tour de sac: an urban solo running event in which the lone social-distancing stay-at-home runner avoids human obstacles while also including every cul-de-sac to extend the route, just to prevent death by visual boredom from concrete, asphalt and manicured front yards in suburbia.