Being visible is critical when outside – especially with the shorter length of daylight in the fall and during hunting season.
The inaugural IRONBULL event, the IRONBULL Ultra Trail 50k/15k race came together seamlessly thanks to so many supporters.
Enjoying fresh garden produce is “unbeetable”. After collecting several buckets of beets and beet greens, I share a little about this superfood.
After eight years off from a running race, I lace up my shoes again for the Marji Gesick 100 trail race, a challenging trail race.
As I prepare for the Marji Gesick 100 trail race, I share tips that may be helpful to other racers, especially since many of the IRONBULL Ultra Trail racers are competing in their first trail and/or ultra.
It’s taken nearly a decade, countless hours of design and building, weeks of saving milk jugs, and wheelbarrows of neighbors’ apples, but we have finally have our own fresh apple cider. Yum!
Our family loves garden fresh produce. In fact, so much it became a “problem” with our children ruining their appetite for supper!
This is my first ultra since having a family and with it has come many changes, particularly shifting my priorities in life. Here’s a sampling of how my training has evolved.
It all began with homemade pickles. Now my family has canned everything from beet greens to venison to grape jelly. Last year we canned 337 quarts of food. Now my husband won’t even touch a store-bought pickle, unless you count him pulling it out of a restaurant burger - homemade is that good.
Most people would consider a weekend B&B trip to be lounging in PJs while sipping coffee, but our B&B was a little different. To us, B&B is for all the berries and biking we enjoy each trip to the Keweenaw Peninsula.