November 2014

A Solitary Runner Goes Social: Hug A Runner 2014

Caught on a compression sock day It was odd yesterday morning. Even though the trails are clearing from the weekend’s snow, I just didn’t want to head out. I thought about the wind. I thought about the treadmill. I thought about not running. I thought that maybe the evening run, a Hug A Runner event at the Boulder Running Company in Cherry Creek would suffice.Then, I watched The Runner in… Read More »A Solitary Runner Goes Social: Hug A Runner 2014

2000 Down and Still Going….. Slowly

La Luz Trail, Albuquerque, NM In Springfield, Missouri, on a boring, run-of-the-mill 5 miler in the early morning darkness Wednesday, I passed 2000 miles for 2014. With roughly seven weeks left in the year, I would expect to peak out at close to 2300. Not too bad for being pretty unmotivated most of the year.My running has taken an odd turn over this year. I have really become one of… Read More »2000 Down and Still Going….. Slowly

The Carabiner: Tip 26

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Otto Herzog in 1911 was the first climber to have used the carabiner device, a metal loop with a spring-loaded gate used to quickly and reversibly connect components. It is an essential component in climbing success. The Real Estate Carabiner equally understands the importance of being able to connect components, whether people, systems, tasks or networks to create a better business. There are three critical parts of the Carabiner: the… Read More »The Carabiner: Tip 26