Brickyard 400

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Through some great coincidence, NASCAR changed their schedule for races this year and moved the famous Brickyard 400 into our Indiana summer vacation week. I haven’t hit any races so far this year so this was perfect. And amazingly I haven’t ever experienced NASCAR at the world famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway. They didn’t race there until the mid-1990s and I … Read More

Switching

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I have been using RSS Bandit as my feed reader since forever. On my Treo, I use NewsBreak. The problem is that the two don’t talk so I end up reading the same stuff multiple times. Its finally getting to me. So 2 weeks ago I started a test to see if Google Reader was the answer. Available from phone’s … Read More

Movable Type 4

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I figured 6 betas later I would give this thing a try. So I backed everything up and installed. The upgrade seemed smooth. Migrated the DB OK it said. However, then I started noticing that it couldn’t build pages. Everything was breaking! Here is a brief list of the stuff I found before I gave up: + SmartyPants is now … Read More

Relaxing

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After the big race, we headed on a road trip to some scenic Colorado destinations. We drove over Independence Pass to Aspen for the day. We ended up in Glenwood Springs, which seems to have the largest hot springs pool in the state! Leave me alone while I am in the bubble chair!

Leadville Heavy Half Marathon 2007

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Distance 15.5 miles Time 3:26:20 Pace 13:14 Number of Runners 141 GPS Analysis Strava After my finish at the Ascent, I decided that I had enough miles under my belt to run my first race in Leadville. To me, Leadville symbolizes lots of great things to do in Colorado. But first and foremost, I think of running when I think … Read More