This photo gallery is a little glimpse of some of our water adventures for the past few years. Even while we lived in West Virginia, we had our homes near the water -- creeks, lakes, and rivers. It's just part of our life. The shoreline has changed from hilly to flat. The good memories are … Continue reading Water adventures photos
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Unlike many runners, I count my runversary -- anniversary of when I started running as an adult -- by my first race. It was the Parent's Place 5K, a hilly course that I ran in a little over 36 minutes. I remember the date of the race more than when I started running -- sometime … Continue reading Runversary: Cycle NC
Today would have been my father's 62nd birthday. He died a few months before his 60th. For those who recently lost a parents, no, dealing with his death hasn't gotten easier as the time has gone on. I buried myself in work and side-projects for the past month, at the expense of this blog, so … Continue reading SOMA: 62 days of photos
COLUMBIA, N.C. -- Last week we explored Columbia, North Carolina. Just off U.S. 64, heading to the Outer Banks is a welcome center. Beside the center is the Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. Run by the federal government, the small center offers a look at local wildlife at its welcome center. Head toward the water, … Continue reading SOMA: Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge
Located in Tyrrell County, Colombia is a short drive from the Outer Banks. As the county seat of one of the poorer areas in North Carolina, it's population was 810 in the 2010 census. Colombia is home to the Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge center and the Pocosin Arts School of Craft, a regional art … Continue reading SOMA: Colombia , North Carolina
Living in a town that was created when the United State was a British colony, let's you see all kinds of historic things. For this Seen on My Adventures, we take a look at metal -- locks, doorknobs, keyholes, cannons and the like.
So, last week I talked about how I was taking it easy although I was sick. Lightening the ruck load, doing fewer reps, logging less miles, blah, blah, blah. This week, the germs hit me harder. The never-ending cycle is now coupled with the wacky weather -- cold one day, warm a few days later. … Continue reading Taking photos while rucking