I like the old mining term, “pulling up stakes.” Back in the day, gold miners would work a piece of land they had staked out (literally and figuratively), enjoy the fruits of their labor, and then quickly escape when the ore ceased to flow from under the ground. They would then listen to the chatter Read More →

  I was debating whether or not to write a blog about the article I wrote in the latest issue of Trail Runner Magazine. I didn’t want to come off as “tooting my own horn” (that term is a very odd one), but I’ve decided that it’s ok to be happy about, and share, successes Read More →