About

I am a Dad on the run.  I live in central NC, originally from Upstate NY.  I began my quest for better fitness through running about four years ago.  I recently completed my 78th race, and I am still loving it!  I only decided recently to start blogging, mostly as a way for me to capture my thoughts, forcing me to write about them.  I hope to provide some inspiration to others, as much as I feel inspired by others in the running community.  I’ve run 23 marathons, and 30+ Half Marathons.  One of my main running goals is to complete each of the six Abbott World Marathon Majors including Tokyo, London, Boston, Berlin, Chicago and New York City.  I’m 1/3 of the way there!

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27 thoughts on “About

  1. I to am looking for, and attempting to inspire the runners around me. I hope you post often, this is definitely a great thing to be doing if you are a runner. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hi there, i’m just embarking on my first marathon training journey and am going to be blogging about it until the big day. Great to be inspired by others, keep posting…

  3. Hello! I’ve only just stumbled upon your blog, but as a fellow wild running I look forward to hearing all about how running wild might look on the east coast of another continent. Good luck and happy running! 😉

  4. I am now tracking YOU on the run, sir! You’re well on your way to your Boston goal, and I can’t wait to read all about your journey to EPIC! Glad you found me, so I can track YOU! 🙂

  5. Im a mom on the run. Currently living in NC but born in upstate NY. Started running 6 years ago and embarking on running NYC marathon this year for Huntington’s Disease. Happy to share the journey!

  6. Love your blog! I will be running the Revel Rockies half marathon on your team on July 19th! I will be traveling there from Wisconsin and am looking forward to meeting up with this group 🙂

  7. Hey there! I’m training for the Richmond Marathon in November and will be traveling to Fuquay Varina and I need to do 15 miles. Any suggestions on where I can go – with either some sidewalks or a nice paved trail? Everything I’m seeing online is like 30 minutes north. Thanks!!!

    • If you run downtown, you can find sidewalks, and plenty of streets to just run on without a whole lot of traffic troubles. Check out the race course for Run the Quay 10k, map it out, run it in a couple of loops. It’s a pretty area full of historic houses.

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