Clif Bar

24 Jul 19
13 Tuesdays.

My knee was still bugging me Saturday, so in lieu of my planned squats and deadlifts, I spent about a half an hour foam rolling my legs. I dug into some really profoundly sore stuff, but ultimately, was better for it. I celebrated with a hike on the mesas at Sevilleta Wildlife Refuge. No one […]

24 Jul 19
Handstands Around the World

You’d think after so many years together, Pat would know better than to leave me unsupervised with vacation planning. Apparently, he still hasn’t learned that lesson. Or maybe he secretly enjoys when I book things at 10:30pm and then he finds out about it the next morning. This was one of those things. One night […]

23 Jul 19
Late Stage Marketing

You know, when I was off hiking the Himalayas, trying to summit Mount Everest for the third time, it was here when I first began my exploration into SEO. As I was trying to reacquaint myself with Evee (I nicknamed her after our second meting), I was simply trying to acquaint myself with this new […]

23 Jul 19
Bargain Believer

WOW! Peaches are only 19¢/lb, Lucerne yogurt 33¢, Signature Select cereal or half gallon milk 98¢, chicken breasts $1.47/lb and Dreyer’s ice cream or Nestle novelties $1.49. [accessally_missing_any_tag tag_id=’135′ comment=’Beyond_Membership_Has_Access’]The coupon match ups are now available for Beyond! members only.  The full lists for grocery stores will be available to everyone else next Monday morning.  […]

23 Jul 19
Gift Boxes, Care Packages, Office Snacks and more

Angie and Lori are committed to sourcing hand-picked products, curated with love and a smile. Smalltown Table works with over 250 brands, and keeps growing monthly. We’ve put together a list of Snack Brands with quality that never fails. Protein Bars: Kind, Quest, Lara, Luna, Nature Valley, Rx, Bulletproof, Clif, Go Macro Nuts & Trail […]

23 Jul 19
Roula

According to the New York City Department of Transportation, more than 8,00,000 New Yorkers ride a bike regularly and 4,60,000 cycling trips are taken every day! This shouldn’t come across as a surprise as with growing number of bike lanes in New York City, more and more people are drifting towards biking for transportation! Today, […]

23 Jul 19
a trip log

My friend Patrick Gibeau, a classmate from the Haida Gwaii semester and a Canmore local, works for Banff National Park. During his travels for work, he does a fair amount of scoping for potential backcountry routes to undertake in his time off. In his search for partners, I’d been the recipient of many a satellite […]

22 Jul 19
Bargain Believer

See the full ad here. 5X use digital coupons are back with Larabar 80¢, Betty Crocker fruit snacks 99¢ and Country Time/Kool Aid/Tang drink mix 99¢. Regular deals include peaches, nectarines or plums 77¢/lb, big packs of blueberries $1.88 and a dozen roses for $6. Don’t miss the Friday and Saturday only deals with Crayola […]

22 Jul 19
What Leanne Ran

Well where do I begin? This was the Run Rabbit Trail Fest’s first year and we were all anxiously watching the weather forecast in the run up to it.. Due to be wet but actually the sun came out for the whole weekend! There was 3 events within the festival and you could sign up […]

22 Jul 19
Notes from the PCT

Miles hiked: 9.2 Miles hiked total NOBO: 745.3 Miles hiked total SOBO: 383.4 We wake up early, because we are only 9.2 miles from the exit point for Mammoth Lakes, our next resupply point. We want to get there with enough time to do chores and get back on trail in the evening. Odin also […]

22 Jul 19
Daily Republic

By Christian Davenport and Robin Givhan, The Washington Post Explore five iconic spacesuits and more than 50 years of spaceflight in a dialogue between The Washington Post’s space industry reporter Christian Davenport and fashion critic Robin Givhan. Mercury suit The Mercury suits developed for flights in the 1960s were modeled after the suits worn by […]

22 Jul 19
Run.Climb.Repeat

Na alle trainingsarbeid in het zaterdagochtend 20 juli om zeven uur eindelijk zo ver: de start van de Eiger Ultra Trail E51! Eindelijk komt het moment om een ultra te lopen, een doel dat al een hele tijd ergens op een lijstje stond. Aan de start sta ik met zo’n 800 medelopers te wachten totdat […]

22 Jul 19
swimbikestumble

What do you get when you combine fear of water, fear of tight spaces, and performance anxiety? A triathlon swim start. What do triathletes mean when they refer to being in the washing machine during a race? It’s a slang term for playing rugby while drowning. What prompted you to take up a hobby where […]

21 Jul 19
Different Noises For Your Ears

Sebastián Greschuk  “Lluvia Eterna” from Paisaje (ears&eyes records) 00:00 Alex Filip “Maebi” from El equilibrio secreto de las cosas (ears&eyes records) 07:19 Matthew Golombisky’s Cuentos “Cuento #15” from Volume 3 (ears&eyes records) 11:38 Charles Rumback “In The New Year” from Volume Three Sampler (ears&eyes records) 16:48 Trapper Keaper “Trapper Keaper Meets Tim and Aurora” from […]

21 Jul 19
Untangling Knotts

This morning we woke up at 6 again and packed up camp. We climbed up the giant rocks one last time and grabbed a Clif Bar then we were off. The home back was down hill the whole way so it went pretty quickly. There were amazing views and wildflower. We got to see the […]