361 Degree Flame — First Run — September 3, 2021

I have run in a lot of great running shoes this year, but none have brought the smile to my face the way the 361 Flames did this morning. The last time I had this kind of smile was when Sam W. let me try out his Nike VaporFly 4% back in May 2018. You can read about it here if you like. The Flame … Continue reading 361 Degree Flame — First Run — September 3, 2021

It’s Better to Wait Until Later – RunLog 2/17/21

We were lucky and unlike so many places, didn’t lose power. Especially, those places that are not equipped, setup for, or used to having to deal with this nasty weather. I hope they get the power situation back online sooner and that life will get back to their normal. This weather certainly isn’t normal for those down South. Yesterday Yes, it was a snowblower workout … Continue reading It’s Better to Wait Until Later – RunLog 2/17/21

January 2021 – A Year Unto Itself

Okay…January 2021 has been a year in and of itself!  Between an attempted insurrection, wondering if the inauguration would happen peacefully or otherwise, and another impeachment. Add in it being the height of a pandemic, then on a more personal note-another running related injury to my right foot.  Nothing important happened in January 2021. Do you detect just a hint of sarcasm?  You betcha! It … Continue reading January 2021 – A Year Unto Itself

Snow Makes for Beautiful Scenery-RunLog 1/28/21

I got to run today. It has been one of those weird days, where it snowed almost all day, but no real accumulation. Well, just enough to coat the road in places and be wet in others. The temp was right around thirty degrees, with just a bit of breeze out of the north. In other words, decent conditions for the end of January. Since … Continue reading Snow Makes for Beautiful Scenery-RunLog 1/28/21

First Run 361 Santiago On a Good Day for Testing – RunLog 1/5/21

Today was one of those snow flurry days. It snowed a little most of the day, without accumulating more than an inch. Enough to coat the ground and make things slippery.  True to my word yesterday, I did my pre-run warm-up before heading out the door. Yes, I could tell it helped a little on the first mile. I know that I need to keep … Continue reading First Run 361 Santiago On a Good Day for Testing – RunLog 1/5/21