I quickly grabbed the familiar braided cable as my feet slipped out from under me. I removed the microspikes from my vest, slipped them over my S-LABS and glanced down at my watch as I continued to *crunch crunch crunch* my way upwards along the icy trail. Midnight had come and gone without much notice. Ever since leaving an empty Alum Cave parking lot, words … Continue reading Winter Winds
From where I stood, I could feel the thunderous roar of Greeter Falls under my feet. It was humbling. I snapped a quick picture and we started the climb back up the spiral staircase in the dark. The sky had been spitting rain all day. I’d only been in the Savage Gulf area twice and each time it had been cold and rainy. This trip … Continue reading 21 Like Savage
I pulled into a vacant parking lot to the sound of soft rain pitter pattering against my windshield. I slid on a pair of running shorts, sinched up my shoes and pressed start on my watch. I hardly ever get out to Oak Mountain for mid-week runs anymore. Between my work schedule and graduate classes, I typically am finished with my run before the sun … Continue reading Beyond the Fog
So I’ve decided to make the switch from Blogspot to WordPress! Don’t worry… you can still head on over to the old site if ya want to revisit some of my old adventures! Simply put, the more I’ve grown over the years, the more I’ve felt the desire to branch out and write about more than just running. Now, I’ll have an one stop shop for all … Continue reading Makin’ the Switch!
From listening to Garth Brooks in my parents car as a child to purchasing my first Green Day cd to now writing my own music, I’ve always been obsessed with music. I honestly can’t remember a time in my life where I didn’t have a soundtrack. Like most young boys in the South, I grew up listening to the country music that my parents would … Continue reading American Dream Factory