running - 20+ miles a week swimming - 2x/ week (3 if possible) biking - 3x/week
planning to do weight training but never really following through
Living in Charlotte
Went to grad school at App State Univ in Boone, NC - where I grew up
Undergrad at UNC-CH
nothing makes you realize that you're not very interesting like a little box where you're suppose to type in things about you that are interesting.
I play the piano. Does that count? Funny thing about playing the piano is the number of people who say they would just kill to be able to play what I play. Yea cause it's magic, I just rolled out of bed and could do this. Sure like anything, you have to not just want to do it but want to put in the time to do it.
Thanks for your comment on my "Pedaling a Bulldozer - Fat Bike" blog. I am used to cold and have really warm clothes. Colorado is a high desert so snow tends to be soft and fluffy. Humidity is low. The wind is often calm. Colorado is also a sunny place with cobalt blue skies.
Some places in the country are miserable when it is below freezing. Colorado is a winter playground because of sunny days and mild winter weather.
The Tofurkey Trot is over the river in Portland. It's not going to be very big ... more of a neighborhood run to benefit local organic farmers.
There are several "normal" Turkey Trots ... a couple are fair in size. But the really big run around here (besides the Portand and Eugene marathons) is the St Patrick's Day Shamrock Run. There's multiple distances and stuff. I believe the past year was roughly 30,000 runners/walkers ... followed by about 6K-7K pure walkers. It is a HUGE event.