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Tag: trail running

The Cold, Damp Magic of Fog

I’ve had these photos for a while now.  They’ve been waiting to become a blog post, but I’ve been struggling to find the words to describe my relationship with fog.  As an outdoor athlete, I have a love-hate relationship with fog. On one hand, fog means cold.  Fog means damp.  Fog means extra layers.  Fog means… Read More ›

A Change of Seasons- The Sleeping Lady

We’ve had a few days of rain here in Northern California.  As we headed out the door for a trail run, I grabbed my camera as an afterthought.  It had rained all night, and heavy rain turned to showers in the morning.  We climbed to the ridge in low clouds and a steady drizzle.  As… Read More ›

In search of Hidden Waterfalls- Dawn Falls

Dawn Falls lies in the shadow of Mt. Tamalpais, near Larkspur, CA.  It’s tucked into a shady and cool canyon, accessible from several neighborhood access points.  Fortunately, Dawn Falls requires a bit of a walk from every access point, which cuts down on the number of visitors. (It’s also great terrain for trail running, though… Read More ›

The Simple Joy of Running in the Rain (Waterfalls Ahead)

“Rainy days are for long trail runs,” I tell my coworkers.  Most of them give me funny looks.  “No really, running in the rain is freaking awesome!,” I say.  They roll their eyes and ignore me.  They don’t understand.  Why, after all would you go out and get all wet and cold? I love running… Read More ›

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