Mt. Rainier. The largest mountain in the Pacific Northwest. In the two years I lived in Seattle, it looked over me, laughed at me, and dared me. The last week before I left Seattle to go to grad school, I finally summited that beast. One of the coolest things I’ve ever done my life, and one more thing I get to cross off my bucket list.
Here’s a bunch of pictures I recently discovered going through my old stuff.
I recently visited SF for work…and it reminded me to do a share a quick post on a really fun trail run I did a few years back.
In 2010, in my short time in California over the summer, I decided to go on the famed Dipsea Trail, one of the largest trail races in the country. I didn’t do the race, instead I just ran through the course and back on the same day – a Double Dipsea. It was fun – 7 miles to the beach, and then the 7 back to my car. Saw some nice sights, and got lost a few times. For those in SF and wanting to go on a solid trail run, I found it enjoyable.
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