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Outdoor Adventure Posts

By: Tara Warren “So, I just go down the street for two miles, and I’ll really just bump into a trailhead?” I asked my trail runner hubby, Bryce. “Yeah, you...
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By: Laura Douglas I ran a pretty awesome trail just a couple of days ago.  It was hard, it was steep (3,150ft), I panted, I dripped sweat, I questioned my...
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By: Silke Koester   ♫ Slow down, you move too fast. You’ve got to make this moment last. ♫   I find myself humming along to Simon & Garfunkel as...
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By: Katelynn Wagner Ultra-running is my thing, I identify as a trail runner, my friends and family describe me as a (crazy) runner, and I honestly don’t know what I...
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By: Amanda Roe I’ve long said that a change in perspective can do more for my mood and gratitude than any material object. I go to the woods to shift...
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By: Heidi Kumm It’s finally summer! Those of us tied to our homes because of school schedules or wintery weather or the short daylight hours are finally free! It is...
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By Lauren Keller It’s been a year since I crossed the finish line of the Boston Marathon. When I finished, I started sobbing in utter defeat. What I would learn...
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By Katie Grossman This January, my husband and I moved from Los Angeles to a town without a stoplight.  But this isn’t your typical city-hater, middle finger to corporate America...
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By: Tara Holland  Feature Photo: Brian McCurdy Let’s be frank here. You’re training for a race, whether it’s an ‘A’ race or a stepping stone to a bigger goal. Maybe...
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The story of three independent women saved by a couple of Johns By Steph Imig “I’m pretty sure he’s here to kill us.” Both Ashley and Sara confessed to being...
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by Jennifer Love Let’s set the scene, shall we? BUZZ! BEEP! BUZZ! BEEP! BUZZZZZZZZ! It’s 5:45 am on the dot, and you’re being shaken from your deeply dreamy slumbers. You...
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