Monthly Archives: June 2013

Mo and the neon runner

We had been playing leapfrog with the woman in the neon shorts since the beginning of mile 2. We were killing time while running along the endless uphill at the Jurassic Park fence. She and Mo were discussing whether the … Continue reading

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pedernales falls: A pictorial essay

170 degrees before race. Mo snuggled with her cowboy hat. Mo is weird. Mo bought a lucky horseshoe (only three bucks!) on the way to the race. To augment new Trail Monkey, just in case. Justin took advantage of the … Continue reading

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1554, part 1

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Once upon a track with a Vietnamese trail monkey

Tôi muốn lảnh lót với con của tôi tối nay, Pitch woo với con của tôi tối nay Nhưng anh em, bạn chiến đấu của tôi đêm nay bé Vì nó quá darn nóng!  

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Things I wish I had said, Part 28

When you recognize that failing doesn’t make you a failure, you give yourself permission to try all sorts of things.” — Lauren Fleshman

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slaid cleaves

Mo says we’ve been reduced to listening to country music in our old age. Like that’s a bad thing.

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then and now: an essay

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