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End of Winter is Near by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Running 100 miles is hard on the body.  February was a recover month, though I did run a little here and there  only because I hate sitting on the couch. I'm feeling mos ... Read on »
Rocky Raccoon 100 - Race Report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running With Melanie before the start Course Map The 'that would be awesome' goal -- sub-20 The 'I'm pretty sure I'm fit enough' goal -- ... Read on »
New Years Double (Allen, TX) - race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I generally jump at the chance to run with family.  No exception when two of my sisters down in Texas mentioned that they were running during the two-day New Years Double . ... Read on »
Time For Winter Training by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I ran the Mt. Spokane 50k last month, then took a few easy to rest a little.  But I'm back now and gearing up for some big winter running plans. I was planning to w ... Read on »
Trail Running in the Wallowa Mountains (Part 2) by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Hurricane Creek Trail Changing colors Seems like there was a breathtaking meadow every mile. Yellow moun ... Read on »
Trail Running in the Wallowa Mountains by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Route (I ran it clockwise) Profile ( full photo album on facebook ) Read on »
Kamiak Crash by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running UpdatePhotos from the day after the crash. I thought the toe was probably broken so I had it x-rayed...luckily it was just a bad bruise.  Nothing broken, just a little ... Read on »
Transcendence 12-hr Endurance Run by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Sunrise over Capitol Lake Who's running happier? So after an easy 32-mile outing I'm optimistic about my calf. I've been back on my ... Read on »
5 Weeks Away by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I took five weeks off - no running at all - to rest my calf. It's doing much better now, and I've been back on the trails with Sadie the past few days. I wouldn't say it's q ... Read on »
West Highland Way Race - race report (DNF) by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running So far so good! Excitement at the train station tunnel First light over Loch Lomond With ... Read on »
Bloomsday 2012 - Race Report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running At the top of Doomsday   Three weeks until Scotland! -Scott Read on »
WSU 100k - race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Course profile Solo starters Sun rising over Pullman Palouse countryside Possibly the o ... Read on »
Palouse Brown to Green by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running The fields are making their turn from brown to green. This is a great time of the year to try to get lost on the back roads. I have the WSU 100k this week ... Read on »
Badger Mountain 50k - race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running 50k profile courtesy of race website. I hadn't been on a run longer than 20 miles since January, so I was treating this race as my first long run of the s ... Read on »
Snake River Canyon Half - Race Report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running The Snake River Canyon Half is quickly becoming one of the top Eastern Washington early season events. It's a super-flat, often very windy, out and back along the mighty Sna ... Read on »
Hells Gate State Park: A Little Piece of Heaven by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running "But my leg doesn't hurt that bad. I can still run." This is what winter near the bottom of a Pacific NW canyon looks like. ... Read on »
Pullman Winter Ultra #2 by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running We had a great time at this winter's second Pullman Winter Ultra event. The weather was again very spring-like with temps in the 40's and no snow or ice to be seen for miles ... Read on »
New Year's Eve Marathon - race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Praying to the hydration gods. Melanie, Annie (she ran the 5k), me Shortly after the start. We weren't the only Maniacs th ... Read on »
Pullman Winter Ultra #1 - race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Nearly 40 humans and a few dogs showed up for the first of two runs of the second annual  Pullman Winter Ultra  series. Some of us did the full 50k, others 25k or shorter. T ... Read on »
My "OMG I Can't Wait!" Race for 2012 by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I love to run. I love to travel.  And after I ran my first marathon in 2007, I thought it would be a great idea to incorporate the two by traveling to another country for ... Read on »