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Rocky Raccoon 50 - race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Well, that was fun! I consider Rocky Raccoon my hometown race, even though it's been over a decade since I moved away from Texas. I grew up just south of Huntsville State ... Read on »
Winter training in Utah for a winter race in Texas by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Stopping to enjoy the view atop one of Catalina's highest points, Blackjack Mountain Single-track above the ocean Along the T ... Read on »
Zion Traverse by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Overview of the route ... Read on »
Utah by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I've participated in three races since I moved, but I'm guessing I won't get around to writing a race report on any of th ... Read on »
Mount Olympus Marathon (Photo Report) by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Our life has been a whirlwind since we returned from Greece in early July. Annie accepted a job at the University of Utah, and we packed up everything we own and moved to Sa ... Read on »
Mount Olympus Marathon (Greece) Pre-Race Info by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running General Race Info Olympus Marathon Website Sunday, June 29th 6am local time (8pm pacific on Saturday; 11pm eastern on Saturday) Results I'm bib #625. I'm not sure ... Read on »
Sun Mountain 50k - photo report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running With Brendan, a former Pullman Beer Chasers Race briefing "Try not to get too distracted by all the beautiful wildflowers." Sta ... Read on »
Bloomsday 2014 - race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running If you're a runner, then you've heard of the Bloomsday 12k  (7.46 miles). It's one of the biggest races in the world. 40-60,000 Olympians, runners, joggers, and walkers show ... Read on »
Boston Marathon 2014 - Race Report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I ran Boston for the first time in 2011 , and I didn't have a strong desire to ever run it again. I had wanted to do it once in my life, and I was very grateful and satisfie ... Read on »
Hells Canyon Adventure Run 2014 by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Hells Canyon and the Snake River The Hells Canyon Adventure Run is not a race. It's an annual for-fun run that's been put on by Alan Douglas for m ... Read on »
Snake River Canyon Half Marathon - Race Report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running My training for Boston is on schedule, and I'm feeling fit. Saturday was my big tune-up race, the  Snake River Canyon Half Marathon , put on by the wonderful folks at Pal ... Read on »
Winter Training, and 2014 International Race Announcement by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Mount Vernon Trail along the Potomac River (just south of DC) Icy Mount Vernon Trail Winter Trail Running at Hells Gate Stat ... Read on »
New Years by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running My #1 goal for 2014 is to stay healthy. I had a few down months in 2013 because of the Achilles. It's still not 100% (some say it will never be completely/100% healthy), but ... Read on »
Trail Running in the Grand Canyon by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Map of the trails we ran on this trip.  Up high on South Kaibab Buzz descending South Kaibab Buz ... Read on »
Moscow Mountain Madness 50k - race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running course profile I'm tagging along in the rear as we approach the first aid station Peg-leg McMurtrey crossing the finish line. Next ... Read on »
The Wallowa Mountains by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I love these mountains. My buddy, Buzz, and I went this past weekend for a big run. We ran up to Ice Lake and then grunted/climbed from there up to Matterhorn, the second ... Read on »
Chewelah Peak Trail Run by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Sunday was the 10-mile  Chewelah Peak Trail Run , race #2 of the inaugural Inland Northwest Mountain Trail Running Series. Race #1 was a little light on the 'mountain' pa ... Read on »
Schweitzer Mountain Trail Run by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running My Achilles is feeling stronger and stronger with each run. I'm slowly extending my long runs (14 this week) and weekly mileage (last week was my first week over 40 since Ma ... Read on »
McCall Trailrunning Classic 10-mile Race by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I'm still not able to put in big weekly miles or long Saturday runs, but I am very happy that I can run at all.  I've slowly built up from 25 miles a week to 35 miles a week ... Read on »
Running/Achilles Update by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running The two-week trip to Germany was fantastic. No running, but all the beer, sausage, and pretzels made up for it (almost). Since June 1 I've been cleared to run, and I'm ru ... Read on »