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Thoughts From The Trail

Freedom Run May Events

We have a few exciting updates about the release of Freedom Run for you. If you are in the Morgantown, West Virginia, area or within a short drive, make plans to join us this Saturday for the official release of Freedom Run: A 100-Day, 3,452-Mile Journey Across America to Benefit Wounded Veterans by Jamie Summerlin […]

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Digging Deep in the Canyon

?Although words cannot describe the feeling and awesomeness of actually standing in the Grand Canyon, let alone running through it  twice  in one day, I’ll do my best to visualize it for you here. This was one of the runs I had heard about over the past couple of years, but really had no idea […]

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Book Launch and Grand Canyon Run

What an incredibly hectic couple of weeks it’s been. Had an amazing session at Leadership WV last weekend in the Eastern Panhandle, discussing with the class topics ranging from Economic Development to Education issues within the state. Was very enlightening, and I always enjoy hearing everyone’s perspective’s on things. We may not always agree, but […]

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2013 Grinder Complete, Sad Day at Boston Marathon

I will start his post off by saying I couldn’t help but cheer on the people who ran to the aid and rescue of those injured and maimed at the Boston Marathon yesterday. In the face of danger, not caring for their own safety, many of the runners and first responders moved in to assist […]

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Freedom Run – On The Move

Long time no blog! It’s been a while since I’ve had the time to sit down and contribute my thoughts to the site here, as I’ve been swamped with the upcoming book release (and writing it of course), as well as preparing for the upcoming race season. Everything kicks off this weekend with the Babcock […]

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