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IONTW – April 9, 2017

Other ways of looking and seeing – changing the horizon, and capturing the patterns of birds in flight. Never underestimate the importance of matching snacks! Or that there’s more to life than your job. Not sure I know who any … Continue reading

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IONTW – January 29, 2017

A wonderful story about the power of letters – as communication, for telling your story and making a connection – just a small part of the last administration, but the details say a great deal, and all add up to … Continue reading

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IONTW – January 1, 2017

All these years, and I hadn’t realized Carrie Fisher was (only) 19 when the real Star Wars was filmed. And likewise, all the times of having a Pap test, and yes, it is short for something – named after Georgios Papanikolaou (I … Continue reading

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2014 Marin Mountains 200k perm

Marin Mountains is the 200k installment of the SFR Adventure Series. It’s been run as a brevet for a couple of years, and it was definitely on my radar last year, but I ended up being a bit under the … Continue reading

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2014 SFR Old Cazadero 171k

Oh, Spoiler Alert! As you may know, Old Caz is a 300k, so yes, I DNFed. There’s still a story though. Always a story. The Adventure Series started with the 600k in June, and is going in decreasing distance order, … Continue reading

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Remember Matthew O’Neill

A couple of weekends ago I went to a workshop out at Pt. Reyes. I rode my bike. There was a lecture portion in the morning at one location, a lunch break, and then a tour at a second location … Continue reading

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you just never know

The past few weeks has been kinda crazy. No maybe that’s not quite the right word. Unsettling? Thought-provoking? But not just all the usual thoughts, instead some extra introspection and reflection on just how tenuous and fragile life can be. … Continue reading

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