Back in the days when a house with a yard was part of my life, my dad – who prided himself on a dandelion-free lawn
Mayor Bowser called me today (yes, on my phone!) to advise that D.C. is under a stay-at-home order and to limit outings to essential trips.
“Tired is not an emergency” reads the note on my D.C. Randonneurs cue sheet. “But please do let us know if you abandon.” Unlike club
Hello readers, how are you doing? I wanted to say hello and that I hope everyone is taking care of themselves. In D.C., the flowers
Everybody, I met someone. It happened last week at the Monster Cross 50 Miler in Pocahontas State Park, Virginia (route here). I’m still reeling from
I see you run commuting, riding to the grocery store, and walking to places unknown purely under your own power. I observe your subtle acts
Every year I write goals about not eating junk food and losing weight. Almost every year I declare failure in meeting these targets, and add
This year our local cycling club, the D.C. Randonneurs, added two new categories of recognition to its 2019 awards. The first of these was the
ANNOUNCEMENT: The Errandonnee is suspended as of 3/15. I’ll open up another window for Errandonnee completion once the current situation settles and we are free
My yesterdays are all stacked up in piles. I have the yesterdays of high school, where I dreamed of moving away to the city. There
Happy New Year, everyone, I hope you are all doing well. This post is to advise everyone that all Coffeeneuring Challenge treasure was mailed in
Much of 2019 has been a year of charging forward without looking back, compared to previous years where I took time to do so throughout
Final submissions for the 2019 Coffeeneuring Challenge have begun to roll into Coffeeneuring Headquarters so it’s time to share some details about the finishers prizes
In between World Series games, I lined up for the inaugural edition of the Marine Corps Marathon 50K (MCM50K). As one of the signs I
After last year’s Coffeeneuring Challenge, several people asked me about breaking out some of the information on last year’s participants. Due to [insert excuse here],
October 11 is right around the corner, and that means go time, so I hope you are all making your 2019 Coffeeneuring Challenge plans now.