I’m starting to think about MdS as a restful vacation with a bit running thrown in. I’m not underestimating the desert...
Liza Howard is a long-time is a longtime ultrarunner who lives in San Antonio, Texas. She teaches for NOLS Wilderness Medicine, coaches, directs the non-profit Band of Runners, and drives her kids around in a minivan.
Ruby has a little friend whose mom keeps an immaculate house. She’s dropping her daughter off today for a playdate, so I’ve been running around like a nut trying to make this house look like a place that’s safe to leave your child. You’d think this wouldn’t be a tall order, what with us being gone for almost [...]Liza
Today is the day I catch back up after four days of driving back and forth to Silverton, Colorado and pacing at Hardrock. How is today Wednesday??? Monday is my catch up day. Sometimes Tuesday. Not Wednesday. Wednesday is the day you make your peace with what didn’t happen over the weekend. Well, not this week. Only, 45 days until the [...]Liza
We spent the night in Roswell yesterday and made time to go to the the International UFO Museum and Research Center this morning. Some things are more important than getting back to Texas at a reasonable hour — like this wonderful display. 😉 There was too much reading for a 4 year-old, but Asa definitely left convinced that [...]Liza
And now it’s time to leave the mountains and go back to The Heat. It was 18 degrees Celsius when the kids and I were drove out of Silverton. (That’s 64 Fahrenheit for all you folks who haven’t changed your dashboard thermometer over to Celsius. I highly recommend making the change if you live somewhere hot. It makes everything [...]Liza
There’s been some disheartening comments about the Hardrock 100 on irunfar. The discussion about the DQ is interesting, and it was civil. The comments about the necessity of having the fastest runners at Hardrock in order to justify race coverage or to make it a worthwhile race leave a bad taste in my mouth. I think those comments are [...]Liza