“Courage is the bridge between our minds and our bodies.” – George SheehanRead more "IMTUF 2015 Pacing – In Photos"
Over the past year or so I’ve found myself gravitating more towards low key, low “hipster to normal person ratio” races. Maybe it’s my ever advancing old age (I am 30 now), but there have been a number of things about the evolution of this sport that has annoyed me. Yes, we have seen a […]Read more "Waldo 100k 2015 – What An Ultra Should Be"
This week I had the pleasure to watch two individuals participate in something they love. My brother and his friend Kaleb flew out to Utah on Wednesday for the purpose of fly fishing. While I know my brother actually came out to see me, the days were filled with an overloaded Prius C, streams, and […]Read more "Train Watching and Fly Fishing"
The month of July consisted of two separate trips to the San Juan’s. The first being to “race”, the second was to run around Silverton during the weekend of Hardrock. San Juan Solstice – I found out I got into this race about a week and a half before the event. Needless to say I […]Read more "San Juan’s X2 – San Juan Solstice 2015 And Hardrock Spectating"
Before his first step, he’s off again.Read more "Wandering Wyoming & Montana"
For the third year in a row, I took part in one of the Zion Ultra races put on by Matt Gunn and company. Also for the third year in a row, I managed to have the absolute worst race of my season. In 2012, I dropped from the 100k due to not giving a […]Read more "2015 Zion 50k Race Report – Third Time Is Not The Charm"
Winter is my favorite season and February is (was) prime ski season in northern Utah. ‘Greatest Snow on Earth’ is what my license plate says. My snow tires and ski rack have been on my car since October. When I register for races in February or March, I secretly hope that I don’t make the […]Read more "Antelope Canyon 55k – Sand is nothing like Snow"
By the time day four rolled around a bit of a phenomenon was happening for me. I found myself continually slipping back into 5th position in the group. The previous days I had figured that I was doing this for two reasons. The first was I wanted to take as many photos as possible of […]Read more "Alta Via 1 – Days 4 & 5 – Vassoler to Belluno"