Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sugarlump

I’m going to write to Sammy Hagar and see if the Red Rocker will hook up the Red Rider with a signed bottle of tequila and rum from me to auction off for my Tour de Cure fundraising. I love this idea. I’m more confident that I can get this done then I am about breaking my record to Barr Camp. Continue reading

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Where Eagles Fly

I guess I was tapered, because I did great covering 220 floors in 46 minutes. In fact, I went so hard that I nearly barfed up the Fritos I ate … in the car … on the way … to the Y. Continue reading

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I Think I Cut a Nerve

I stand up and immediately notice something terribly wrong with my right foot. It feels like someone has pounded a nail right into the top of my foot. I can’t put any weight on it. I’m experiencing a stigmata. Continue reading

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Walking on Hot Coals

Getting out of bed on Sunday was interesting. Walking to the bathroom, I must have looked like I was walking on hot coals. Like a good spaghetti sauce, which is always better the second day, the pain that comes from hiking on Barr Trail always hits hardest on the second day. Continue reading

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A Bunch of Margaritas

While I’ve decided that this goal is impossible, I kind of like that I’ve set a goal sufficiently high enough to be a true challenge. And because I think it’s impossible, it will be all the sweeter when I do it. Continue reading

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