A rose isn't always a roseby
Last night was buddy run night. Several of the mentors were moving their runs to Walnut Creek so that they could go to Taco Tuesday afterward. That sounded like fun, so I packed my running gear so I wouldn't...
This Saturday's "Run for the Roses 5K"by
Well, it's official. I just registered this morning for the Run for the Roses 5K...! ;-)
And of course, I've been running 30+ minutes (or 2.96 miles), 2-3 times a week over the past few weeks...
Race Results: Run For The Roses 5Kby
OK, I just got back home for my lunch break, & Erik told me that the official race results are now in. So, here they are:
Race Results: MCRRC Run for Roses 5K
[I see that there were actually slightly more runners...
Race Day Photos: Run For The Roses 5Kby
at the ground, intently focused on running. As you can tell, it was a very bright & sunny day out. Beautiful, in fact.
Erik took the photos, so don't ask me at which point of the race this was. I was just running...
When is a Rose not a Rose?by
Mark ..Running at Bandera back in January
When it's a Cactus Rose - "A nasty rugged trail run... to a disappointing run is to challenge myself, so I just mailed off my entry form for the Cactus Rose 100 miler (yes...
A rose is a rose...by
lost you yet, let me explain. From the beginning.
Roses are the flower of Valentine's Day... flowers is produced in Colombia and Ecuador (with Colombia holding the lion's share). With roses...