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Recent Dive Pictures
Les Davis - September 6, 2009

Sea Tiger - September 17, 2009

The Pipe - September 17, 2009

San Pedro - September 18, 2009

Kaiser Reef - September 18, 2009

Race History
Tacoma Narrows Half Marathon
August 1, 2009
2:42:49 (2:42:28)

Seafair Torchlight Run 8k
July 25, 2009

Inaugural Rock 'N' Roll Half Marathon
June 27, 2009
2:39:41 (2:08:44)

Sound To Narrows 12k
June 13, 2009
1:11:19 (1:10:33)

Furry 5k
June 7, 2009
28:25 (27:28)

Tacoma City Half Marathon
May 3, 2009
2:05:52 (2:05:15)

The 12ks Of Christmas
December 14, 2008

Seattle Half Marathon
November 30, 2008
2:28:59 (2:25:52)

Winter Pineapple Classic 5k
November 16, 2008

Bank To Bay 10k
September 7, 2008
54:15 (53:47)

Furry 5k
June 8, 2008
32:51:9 (32:53:7)

Tacoma City Marathon
May 10, 2008
5:21:13 (5:19:58)

St. Patrick's Day Dash
March 16, 2008
30:31 (30:31)

Hood to Coast Relay
August 24-25, 2007
Leg 3 - 3.93 Miles - 34:43
Leg 15 - 7.25 Miles - 1:16:21
Leg 27 - 5.98 Miles - 1:03:28

Tacoma Narrows Bridge Run
July 15, 2007

Furry 5k
June 10, 2007

Capital City Half Marathon
May 20, 2007
2:22:21 (2:21:30)

St. Patrick's Day Dash
March 11, 2007
30:31 (30:34)

The 12ks Of Christmas
December 17, 2006
1:11:24 (1:10:41)

Jingle Bell Run 5k
December 10, 2006

Winter Pineapple Classic 5k
November 11, 2006

Bank To Bay 10k
September 10, 2006
56:26 (55:32)

Seafair Torchlight Run 8k
July 29, 2006

Furry 5k
June 11, 2006
30:22 (29:29)

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2018: Day One Hundred Seventy-Five

Spent my Sunday with a new friend.


Our album drops on the 29th

2018: Day One Hundred Seventy-Four

You run,
Never stop,
Gotta win, gotta run till you drop,
Keep the pace,
Hold the race,
Your mind is getting clearer,
You're over halfway there but the miles
Just never seem to end
As if you're in a dream,
Not getting anywhere.
It seems so futile.

Run, on and on
Run, on and on



2018: Day One Hundred Seventy-Three

Wore my Sounders 🏳️‍🌈 scarf today. It was quite dashing.

On today’s walk I saw that the raspberries were getting closer to being ready. And watched the 🐝 on the lavender.




2018: Day One Hundred Seventy-Two

After two scheduled rest days and then an ER visit - back to running.

I think I’ve decided on two races to sign up for. Little nervous because it’s been YEARS since I ran a race. It’s all mental at this point. I can do this.


2018: Day One Hundred Seventy-One

If my math is right, today would have been my Grandpa’s 98th birthday.

He’s been gone now for over 21 years now, and I still miss him.

Happy birthday, Bub.

I don’t miss the little sailor suit.


2018: Day One Hundred Seventy

With all of the sunny weather we are having, I needed to think about protecting my noggin. So my safari hat is getting some use again.

And yes. I realize I probably look completely ridiculous.


2018: Day One Hundred Sixty-Nine

Generally we don’t have a need for air conditioning in the Pacific Northwest ... but a couple of weeks a year, having one of these is a godsend.


2018: Day One Hundred Sixty-Eight

I really haven’t explored these giant Black and White editions of Mouse Guard yet, but my copy of The Black Axe arrived so I had to investigate.

The cover to number four is one of my favorites, and seeing it full size is even better.

And look - Lonepine!



After run:

Surveying my kingdom of dandelions while watching the little black dog roll around in the grass (she decided to stop as I take picture ...)

Ugh. Not the prettiest of runs - hot and my knee was angry at times - but I still got my butt out there and did it.

2018: Day One Hundred Sixty-Seven

I’ve been watching a lot of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, so here is Olive in Cars Running Errands.

We were quite busy yesterday!

(Forgot to post this yesterday - whoops)



And another car ride for Olive.

Since it’s a nice Saturday, and I’m not going for my long run yet, Olive got to go for an early morning car ride with me to Bonney Lake.

Getting ready for Sunday’s movie!

I’m not sure of the last time that I’ve watched this - there’s a good chance it was in theater ...

2018: Day One Hundred Sixty-Six

I have a good feeling that 🇺🇸 is going to go undefeated this cycle.


2018: Day One Hundred Sixty-Five

This dog.

Tonight Olive got a new blanket. Her previous blanket didn’t last very long, and she has to have a blanket.

She’s the best little black dog.


2018: Day One Hundred Sixty-Four

I always get a thrill when a purchase arrives and it also includes a hand written card thanking me. Plus this book looks gorgeous!




2018: Day One Hundred Sixty-Three

It’s a good thing I managed a strong 4.25 mile non-stop run tonight because after eating this BEAST I needed to work extra hard. Possibly the best French fries that I’ve ever had - from XXX Root Beer in the ‘Quah. So so good.


2018: Day One Hundred Sixty-Two

Not to sound like an ad - but we got a new mattress today. One of those online shipped to you in a box kinds of mattresses.

The mattress it replaced was only about four - maybe five years old - and we hated it almost from the beginning.

So far so good.


Watson loves his cat tree. I also think he’s a big fan of its new placement in the living room - he can now watch what’s happening outside.

2018: Day One Hundred Sixty-One

Sometimes after spending the previous evening outside in the rain, breakfast for dinner hits the spot.


2018: Day One Hundred Sixty

The hour got late yesterday so I’m a little late with this:

My longest indoor run in awhile (the weather was being very unreliable so I ran inside,) and then a feel good Sounders win (god it’s been a long time!)




2018: Day One Hundred Fifty-Nine

I have so many thoughts about today that made it very hard to find something to be happy about.

So here’s a picture I saved that someone posted on Twitter awhile back. I think we all could use this.


2018: Day One Hundred Fifty-Eight

Little treasures like a random 🦋 windchime are always fun to discover on my lunch time walks.

And foxglove. I think my obsession with foxglove comes from Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman.



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