Liza Howard. Ultrarunning Mom.

Ultrarunning Mom

Jordan Hot Springs

After a long day dwelling at the cliffs, the people of the Mogollon culture would head to the hot springs for a soak.  They also kept parrots and liked to dance like nobody was watching.  (So, yeah, some of the volunteer docents at the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument like to speculate.) No speculation below. […]

30 Apr
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Fabulous

I’m back! My legs are a bit scratched up, my skin looks leathery, and the dirt under my nails is impervious to scrubbing, but I’m full of happiness after 20ish days sleeping under the stars. I worked with four other instructors who were so good at their jobs — and so darn smart — that […]

29 Apr
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Mom in the Wild: Day 22

I will be back to the blogging world tomorrow. Can’t wait to catch up.

29 Apr
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Mom in the Wild: Day 21

I’m hiking in sneakers this trip. I managed to get my pack weight down to about 40 pounds — and sneakers can handle that kind of weight. I brought the NB Minimus for camp shoes. It’s the lightest pack I’ve ever carried on course. I feel like I should keep it on while I’m doing […]

28 Apr
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Mom in the Wild: Day 20

27 Apr
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