Swimming hole at the trailhead of Jeremy’s Run
This spring I’ve had the privilege to spend a lot of time on trail pacing friends in their events. It’s been fun and so very rewarding to watch them finish goal races – with smiles all around.
Pacing Bob Gaylord at MMT100
Pacing Lara Zoeller up Sherman’s Gap to Veach during the Old Dominion 100
The Wild Oak Trail is my very favorite trail. The way she wears winter is magical.
View from Little Bald
A snowy day on Little Bald
And even more snow on Big Bald
At the top of Little Bald
We could have used snowshoes.
A wonderfully wintery day on the TWOT trail. 28 miles, 8100 feet of climbing…happy, happy trails.
My favorite spot – on the climb up Little Bald
The view from Big Bald
Snow trails descending Big Bald
A VHTRC Fat Ass run on Black Friday every year. This year was a blue sky, sunshine, SNOWY adventure.
White Oak Canyon
Big Meadows Horse Trail
A snowy Skyline Drive
View near Hawksbill
The Boyer’s Furnace Fat Ass was held on a beautiful Saturday in late December. Blue skies, sunshine and temps in the 60’s made this challenging 40 miler even more of a treat.
The view from Kennedy Peak.
Orange Trail rocks
Sunset over Fort Valley
My Tribe – the VHTRC at Vermont 100
A few scenes from my 100 mile runs this year…winter TWOT (a DNF, 3 loops, 81 miles), MMT, Vermont and Grindstone. What a wonderful year of running and friends. Run happy!
Winter TWOT – February 2014
Winter TWOT – a cold, snowy and icy journey that ended after 3 loops and 81 miles – and a cranky IT band
MMT 100 – May 2014 – this picture pretty much sums up the trail conditions
MMT 100 – I had a blast running the orange trail! A fabulous weekend in the Massanutten mountains with the VHTRC!
Vermont roads are really, really hard. This 100 was a “one and done” for me.
Vermont 100 – The Sound of Music hill
Grindstone 100 – October 2014 – so happy to be back on my rocky, technical, mountainous trails. My favorite 100 of the year.