With my running group, I enjoyed the Valle Crucis 15 Miler on Saturday. The course had beautiful views, because it quickly led us up a mountain before descending and finishing along the Watauga River. That meant five miles up, five miles down, and five miles gently uphill. On the first long uphill, my Garmin auto-paused twice, either because I was running so slowly or because the GPS couldn’t hold the satellites on the switchbacks.
With fall approaching, I’m looking forward to the fun travel I’ll be doing to teach at Wanderlust 108. These “mindful triathlons” […]
In spare moments over the last month, I’ve worked my way through Nick Morgan’s book Trust Me, on public speaking. […]