Livermore Hook & Ladder 10K

When your strength trainer throws down a gauntlet about running a 10K, you do it. Ready or not, you do it. Had fun at a local 10K that supports injured and fallen firefighters. Managed to squeeze out a PR at the 10K distance while I was at it. And, an age group win! As I […]

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A new half marathon PR

Over the past 14 weeks, I’ve been training for a May 1 marathon (the Avenue of the Giants Marathon), where I hope to finally qualify for Boston. At my age, that means running a 3:25:00 which works out to a 7:49/mile average pace. As I do every marathon training cycle, I scheduled a “fitness test” […]

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All of 2015

OK, admittedly, I did a galactically bad job of keeping up with my blog this year. So let’s fix that with one mega-post. After getting everybody settled in California, I started to run again at the beginning of the 2015. Nothing crazy intense, but at least got back to a consistent pattern. I will say […]

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Big Changes: Heading West

When I was in college (late 80s/early 90s) and began using computers on a daily basis, I used the same password1 for everything:  SanFrancisco.  I had visited many times and had always loved that city. Fast forward a few years to the late 90s, and after starting a digital agency named Ethos Interactive, my girlfriend, […]

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