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Wapack Range 21.5 Trail Race: May 10th, 2014, Race Report 

2nd place woman, 1st in age and 8th overall.

Adjusting to new life and landscape….

Last August we relocated our  small family across an ocean to a new country, new jobs, new schools and new lands. In many ways the 12 years we […]

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Today I set out to for Mt Monadnock from my house. I had high aspirations to skin up and ski down with a little bit of running from my house to the trailhead.

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I am honored to be selected for the winter issue of Endurance Sports Magazine to represent women in endurance sports and also help the sport of ski mountaineering grow to new heights.     As we are nearly into the 2nd month of the year already I am blown away how […]

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This fall in New Hampshire I have found myself in the warrior pose quite often, The weekend warrior that is, and not the yoga warrior pose (though I wish I was in it more) As a weekend warrior I am  looking for new places to discover and new trails to run. Durga, the […]

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My 7 year old told me his goal was to be the fastest runner in his class & my 9 year old said he wants to get ready for sprints this winter and be fast like Peter Northug of Norway.  My goal: adjust to this new transition, a lofty one, but I am excited for […]

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Summer Fun in Annapolis

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When getting the flu is a blessing in disguise:

It is never easy to stay healthy, virus free throughout the winter, especially when you have 2 young boys in your household. Juggling becomes something we get very good at as parents, and I am not talking about juggling 3 balls. I am talking about […]

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Thanksgiving Training

On November 21, 2012 By

Thanksgiving is here! What kind of moving will you be doing? Some of you will be suiting up for your local Turkey Trot 5k, others may have an afternoon family football game. My dad has already made turns at Sugarloaf which has great early season skiing. Some US nordic skiers are in West Yellowstone doing […]

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As we turn back the clocks and try to savor a few hours of morning light, I reflect on the magnificent recent change of season in the Alps. Today, snow dusted our lawn and blanketed the hills. Temperatures dropped to -4 degrees. I am not sure I could live anywhere where there were no […]

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Going from sea level runs in Annapolis, Maryland around the United States Navel Academy in 100 degree heat and high humidity, and exploring the Appalachian Trail and histories roots, it was a breath of fresh, cooler air to step foot on the technical terrain of the Maine Appalachian Trail. Still, the sweat poured off me […]

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