One Eye Looking Back, Two Looking Forward

One Eye Looking Back, Two Looking Forward

All things have a beginning and an endUpon reflection, I’m certain that 2016 had to have been more than a year long. The first big change of the year was that I left my job as a social studies teacher on the Wind River Reservation and now I’m working as...
Wind River Peak FKT

Wind River Peak FKT

The Casper Star Tribune and Billings Gazette did an interview with me about mountain running and FKT’s:Marathon not hard enough? Try running peaks, and setting recordsSpeaking of Fastest Know Times, I set a new one for Wind River Peak — 6:56.33Check out the...
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

After Bighorn 100 I spent the next two weeks visiting family, traveling, and generally relaxing.  It was good.  But as we slipped into the heart (and heat) of summer, I started to have feelings of anxiety.  It was already July and I had not even been...

2015 Bighorn 100 Race Report

“Please tell me you have at least have a few butterflies in your stomach” said my 67-year old Uncle Don, as I stood next to my truck putting sun screen on beneath the hot Tongue River Canyon sun.  Don is the leanest, strongest, and toughest looking...

Web Log

“Blog” is short for “web log”.  The only reason I know that is because I googled it like 4 seconds ago.  Why does someone such as myself create a “blog”?  Well, I envision myself sharing pictures of mountain running...