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Next Stop, California!

On September 25, 2008, in Lifestyle, Running, Uncategorized, by Meghan
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On this particular outing, I ran first from the Fairy Lake Trailhead to the top of Sacajawea Peak. Then, I returned to the Fairy Lake Trailhead and ran up Hardscrabble Peak.

TransRockies Run Report Conclusion: The After Party And Final Thoughts

On September 8, 2008, in Uncategorized, by Meghan
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Oh, did you think I was done with my TransRockies Run posts? I promisepromisepromise that, after this post, I am moving along to new topics!

TransRockies Run Report Part 3: The Race

On September 7, 2008, in Uncategorized, by Meghan
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Here is my actual TransRockies Race Report. Grab a cup of coffee, sit back, scroll along, and enjoy! Stage 1: Buena Vista to The Numbers Stats: 13 miles, 1100 feet of climbing, very, very, very gradual uphill along a rolling doubletrack Deets: Stage 1 was flat and fast, pretty much a dirt road half marathon. […]

TransRockies Run Report Part 2: The Camp Experience

On September 4, 2008, in Uncategorized, by Meghan
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One might be inclined to think that the TransRockies Run is just about racing along the beautiful roads and trails of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, and, of course, to a degree it is. However, there is so much more to the TransRockies Run than high country racing, and that is precisely what places this race into […]

TransRockies Run Report Part 1: Ode To My Teammate

On September 3, 2008, in Uncategorized, by Meghan
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The way I see it, one’s experience at the TransRockies Run can be boiled down to three wonderfully simple yet beautifully complex (depending on your approach) elements: 1. the teammate; 2. the race; and 3. the camp experience. And so, my TransRockies Run report will contain three parts that individually reflect on these elements of […]