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A Tale of Two Hikes Part Two: East & West Royce

On Saturday, we tackled our second consecutive weekend of hiking.  This trip was just Ben and myself as we visited an old friend in an old neighborhood – the Royces in Evans Notch. East Royce in particular we’ve been on a couple … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Hikes Part One: Mt. Moriah

Coming off the heels of my San Francisco vacation last week, I immediately hit the training hard. It started with our early morning Yoga class on Wednesday and Thursday and a bike ride and run on Friday.  Then, for the … Continue reading

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Oh What A Time!

There has been a lot going on for the past two weeks and surprisingly not a lot to do with hiking! I am freshly back from a trip out west where I had the honor, joy and privilege to perform the … Continue reading

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Photos: Riding Around Town

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After my previous training post where I mentioned riding my bike, I got all excited thinking about how close it was to good riding weather. This past Sunday after yoga, I decided I would bust my bike out of its … Continue reading

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Photos: Mt. Tom Training Hike 3.16.2013

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For an accounting of this hike check out this post: http://wp.me/p3hCp2-T

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Training: Non-Hiking Activities

When I am not hiking, my goal is to have at least five days a week of an hour of exercise. Thus far, the core aspects of my off-trail training: Strength & Flexibility: Yoga: my usual yoga classes are at Greener … Continue reading

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Training Hike #1 – Mt. Tom 3.16.2013

For the first training hike Ben targeted Mt. Tom which overlooks Crawford Notch in New Hampshire.  It is about 5.6 miles round trip with an elevation gain of 2,180 feet.  The goal for this hike was 3 hours and 25 … Continue reading

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Training Plan

The key to my success in this endeavor will be training, training and more training. Right now, if I were to grade the shape I am in, overall I would say a C+ / B-.  For hiking shape, I am … Continue reading

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