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Ready for Devil Mountain by Rock G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 6:02pm Ready to go...errr at 10PM the night before the race. Food = Check, Map to Start = Check, Rental Car = Check, Salt Tablets = Check, Clothing = Check, Gear = Check, Signed Up for Race = errr... * * * * * * Ring...Ring...Ring... Wendell: Hello Me: Hi Can I speak to Wendell or Sarah? Wendell: This is Wendell. Me: Hi We ... Read on »
SNOW MOUNTAIN WILDERNESS: Adventure and Drama in the Heart of the North Fork American River in the Sweet Embrace of the Range of by Gambolin Man Posted Mon 30 Aug 2010 6:43pm Driving in on a bumpy, rutted out road with friends Ron, Gay and CanyonSpirit at the wheel of her high clearance truck, we're about a mile from our destination, passing through a sloping meadow dotted with flowering purple thistle, mullein and yellow mule's ears, when off in the distance a large mother bear (a rare blonde) and her adorable litt ... Read on »
Blog Tour Features Thelma Wells – “Don’t Give in!” by Lisa C. Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 5:12pm We are excited to be a part of Thelma Wells Blog Tour for her new book, Don’t Give In…God Wants YOU to Win! So let’s get started! Hi, Thelma! Hi, Lisa. I’m delighted to be here today to visit with you and your readers, and share about a topic that is dear to my heart. Thelma, you are an amazing woman! And very busy! Just to let ... Read on »
Creative Highways: Our Own Private Idaho by Larissa S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Jul 2009 10:17pm In the entire state of Idaho, there are only 1,523,816 people. That's an average of 18 people per square mile. It's hard to want to share this " gem" of a state with others who think it's only potato fields, but here's a sneak peek at our 8 days of camping and seeing old friends in Central and Southern Idaho. How sensational to be able to turn ou ... Read on »
Back to Mt. Diablo by Rock G. Patient Expert Posted Thu 16 Apr 2009 12:25am Mt. Diablo as seen from the Marin Headlands. It's the tallest peak behind the hills. The first 10k, up, up, up. I've raced there exactly three times and two of those times didn't go so well. Both included warm to hot temperatures and getting lost. I think that damn devil mountain has it in for me:) My first time in Mt. Diab ... Read on »
June by Rock G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 6:02pm I can't believe it's already June. Time flies. I just looked at the schedule, man all this running is going to keep me single. Had to bow out out of some; weekend bbq's, parties, late night hanging out with friends and not even a kid's b-day party because it's in the middle of a Saturday when I do my heaviest training. Western States in 21 days. ... Read on »
The peak of Mont Ventoux by barbaratu1 Posted Mon 16 Jul 2012 2:03am Disabled cyclists will climb in a day three times the gigantic mountain in Provence Lingen (DAPD). Extreme Sports is his therapy. At birth, Ulrich Brinker had an open back and would have been almost paralyzed. Limping, club feet and lower legs like matchsticks still attest to his severe disability. But that prevails will show everyone how ... Read on »
Mending With the Devil’s Darning Needles: The Pain Relieving Properties of Clematis by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 13 Jul 2010 9:41pm Common Name: Virgin’s Bower, Traveler’s Joy, Love Vine, Lady’s Bower, Sugar Bowls, Devil’s Darning Needles, Pepper Vine, Leather Flower, Vasevine Botanical Name: C. neomexican, C. chinensis, C. virginiana  and other related species. Botanical Family: Ranunculaceae Botanical Description: Generally semi-woody climbing vines with opp ... Read on »
Creative Highways: Video Recap by Larissa S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 9:39am The following is a selection of the many videos we took along our 7414 miles during our Creative Highways project. They can't possible capture everything we saw, but they do show how many different things we experienced along the way: DRIVING HIGHLIGHTSThis first video is a montage of many video clips combined into one video of highlights, sho ... Read on »
2013 Colorado Ultrarunning Calendar by John Lacroix Posted Thu 06 Dec 2012 6:00am For my friends in the Centennial State looking to plan ahead to 2013, and for those elsewhere looking for an adventurous vacation. Here's the list of all Colorado Ultramarathons in 2013. April 4.20.13: Desert R.A.T.S. 50 Mile Trail Run - Fruita, CO May 5.4.13: Collegiate Peaks 50 Mile Trail Run - Buena Vista, CO 5.4.13: Greenland T ... Read on »