Two Steves, Plus One. Terlingua, 2017

My road-trip across the nation began about two weeks prior to my annual destination-race, the Badwater: Cape Fear. I left The Northern California Coast and headed to Phoenix, AZ to drop our cat with the in-laws who, from their great benevolence offered to cat-sit. From Phoenix, I made for the remote ghosttown-turned-absconders'-haven of Terlingua. My... Continue Reading →


Tuesday 8.5k Run – Improving with Instruction

I had a wonderful run around Ben Lomond, CA this morning! Finally working with the instruction of a coach, I'm noticing significant progress already! The daily strength & mobility series I complete are noticeably increasing range of motion and my coordination. The corrections to my posture and form are resulting in faster and more consistent... Continue Reading →

Science and the Runner’s High…featuring none other than your fave canna runner! 

I had the pleasure of speaking with Jeremy Kossen, a contributing writer at Leafly, a best-selling author, podcaster, and entrepreneur to discuss the phenomenon of the "Runner's High" and the research behind why we seek it and how it's attained. Click the link here to read all about the relationship between getting high with Cannabis,... Continue Reading →

It’s time for: The Emerald Cup 2016

Founded by Tim Blake in 2003 at Area 101, the Emerald Cup celebrates the community and hard work of those that support outdoor-grown, organic cannabis. The Emerald Cup brings the values of the Emerald Triangle to California and the world. Now hosted at Sonoma County Fairgrounds, the Emerald Cup has grown from a few hundred... Continue Reading →

Love that erg! 

Building strength my back and legs, coordination and fluidity in my movement. I can't get enough. Someone commented that they are only able to complete a few kilometers because they're attention wanes. I say it's good mental training! Zen, man. Tune out to tune in. I'd stay all day, if I could - already looking... Continue Reading →

I, traveler. 

Just like the cats in the Santa Cruz mountains and the coyotes of SoCal, I keep a territory. A route. I travel its familiar paths often taking three or four days to refamiliarize myself with the lay of and reinforce my connection to the land.  My southernmost stop this turn was Fallbrook, CA. It's a... Continue Reading →

It’s time for: Trails in Motion

At Start: November 17, 2016 at 04:00PM End: November 17, 2016 at 05:00PM

Indoor row workout from this morning. I love the feeling i get from the erg. All my muscles and tendons feel aligned and my limbs are more coordinated.

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