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John Wayne Pioneer Trail Map by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I've created a map of the entire John Wayne Pioneer Trail. I've found a few online maps of different sections of the trail, but I hadn't been able to find a good map of t ... Read on »
Just Brainstorming by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I have an idea brewing... Read on »
Snowy Thanksgiving Road Trip by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Above the clouds on White Bird Pass, Idaho Sadie enjoying a pre-blizzard view of the Salt Lake Valley [video] Running with ... Read on »
A Few More Photos of the Changing Season by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Thursday - Mt. Spokane View below the clouds on Mt. Spokane Ice on the trees when I climbed into the clouds. A few inche ... Read on »
Running with Trees by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running It's dark when I get off work now (and it will be for a few months), so weekend runs under the cold, dull sun will be more of an extra little treat than usual. Winter kee ... Read on »
Countdown to Chile! by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I'm four months away from taking on one of the biggest challenges of my life. The Atacama Crossing in Chile. 250 km (155 miles) in 6 stages Self supported (part ... Read on »
Doc Sears Fall Classic by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running There was another Saturday morning event down in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley.  The Doc Sears Classic is a 4.65 mile paved loop course put on by the Lewis-Clark State Colle ... Read on »
Goblin Valley Ultra race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I had a great trip.  It was amazing to run the Goblin Valley Ultra with my family.  Two of my three sisters, Melanie and Lisa, ran their first 50k.  One of my three brothers ... Read on »
Lewis-Clark Half Marathon race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Since I began running in 2007, I have run 7 marathons and 15 ultramarathons.  Surprisingly, until Saturday's  Lewis-Clark Half Marathon  in Clarkston, WA, I had never attemp ... Read on »
Coloring the Air by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Sometimes the success of a run should only be measured by the smell of the air. Read on »
Spokane Marathon 2010 race report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Gearing up Nipple protection is key Start of the 2010 Spokane Marathon The course is scenic, with spectacular views of the Spokane River during a good chun ... Read on »
The Beer Mile; my first win by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running My First Win It's good to be home and running again. Pullman Parks and Rec were putting on a Saturday morning 10k/5k, the Care-to-Share Fun Run, to raise money for lo ... Read on »
Costa Rica by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running  (snake slithering across me and the hammock) (check out the entire photo al ... Read on »
Moscow Mountain Madness 2010 (a mini race report) by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I initially planned to skip this race, but my legs have been feeling better the last couple days, so I decided to get in one more good run before I leave for NYC/Costa Rica/ ... Read on »
I'm taking a vacation to Costa Rica by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running My legs are still heavy from my run across Idaho, so I decided that I need a little vacation.  Any excuse will work, right? And since I've never been to Costa Rica before, I ... Read on »
Run Across Idaho - Race Report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Early last week, I wasn't convinced that I could run 93 miles in a single day, but I felt prepared and hopeful and strong.  On Saturday, at mile 73.5 of my trek across Idaho ... Read on »
Run Across Idaho - Race Day Tracker by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running **Come back on August 28th to follow my progress as I run across Idaho.** I'm running across Idaho to help raise money for my March 2011 attempt to run ac ... Read on »
Benefit Run for Haiti 5k -- and Run Across Idaho Training by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running On Friday night I drove south into the valley to run a 5k.  It was put on by the Seaport Striders running club to raise money for Haitian relief efforts.  I drove down with ... Read on »
Run Across Idaho by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I'm attempting to run across the state of Idaho on Aug. 28th.  From Montana to Washington.  In one day.  (Sure, I'll be attempting to run across the skinny bit of Idaho, bu ... Read on »
White River 50 Race Report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I love this race. Why does it make me hurt so bad? Two years ago, the White River 50 chewed me up and spit me out. It was my first mountain 50, and it made quite the i ... Read on »