Monthly Archives: February 2016
Yesterday I registered for the James River Rundown, an epic kayak and canoe race in Central Virginia now in its third year. The James River Rundown began as a two-day 100 mile paddling race in 2014 with all proceeds supporting the … Continue reading
The weeks passed during the summer of 2013 and I continued on my journey to shed some pounds and get “healthier” by eating at a caloric deficit most of the time and by doing as much cardio as possible much … Continue reading
And then one month later I built a contraption for which I am most proud. A combination of a kayak ergometer and kayak balance trainer from a re-purposed Nordic Track ski machine.
But one of my most memorable trips was French Creek in Northern Pennsylvania. I felt like I was half kayaker and half lumberjack.
Two weeks later on Saturday morning I woke up early and decided to take a bike ride before the rest of the family woke up. I was starting to get used to interrupted sleep and waking up very early. I … Continue reading
On May 19, 2013…the very next weekend…I decided to attempt to ride my first Century on a bicycle. (For those who might not know that term, it means a 100-mile ride.) Not only had I never attempted to ride 100 … Continue reading