Leg 114 – Running From Office

Heading towards the road more traveled . . . . Fading warmth of fall . . . . Unusual and spirited election cycle . . . . Next 4 years an adventure.

Leg 113 – All Those Mistakes And Be Wise

Morning resistance strategy . . . . A new day comes to life . . . . When great musicians play the wrong note (and Yes! They do!) . . . .

Leg 112 – Don’t Give Up On Yourself… Ever!

Eye contact and acknowledgment rules for safety . . . . Olympic journey for Brenda Martinez . . . . Don’t ever give up on yourself… Ever!

Leg 111 – Outrunning Ghosts

The A2B Journey – 652.0 Miles, CSP Service Rd, Northern Arizona: The A2B Route continued along the service road that follows the Coal Slurry Pipeline. The Run: Because of high temps and high humidity, I paused frequently between stretches to drink water.  The extra...

Leg 110 – The Jean Gene

Coal Slurry Pipeline discovery . . . . Early morning heat and humidity and hydration . . . . Commemorating Mom!

Leg 109 – Summer Camp Farewell

Running without a planned route . . . . Uncomfortably fun pace driven by endorphins and adrenaline. . . . Amazing dream quandary.

Leg 108 – 2nd Place Anger

Seligman and Delgadillo’s inspiration for Pixar’s Cars. . . . Running fast and furious. . . . Out running injury (I hope) . . . . Anger’s place on the the second row.

Leg 107 – Steel Wheels Retrospect

Route 66 and Americana . . . . Early morning summer run . . . . Memories sparked by distant trains.

Leg 106 – Stay Humble and Kind

Running with chipmunks . . . . Longer stretched = longer strides . . . . Ready for new goals. . . . Captivated by music and imagery.

Leg 105 – Now, Bid Me Run

Grand Canyon Caverns, who knew? . . . . Satisfying wanderlust . . . . Shakespeare a runner? . . . . Now bid me run . . . .

A2B Coast-To-Coast Run (Blog)

Please join me as I run from Anaheim to Boston, aka A2B!! Follow the Journey in the A2B Blog!  I am currently on Leg 113, having covered 667 miles of the 4,300 mile Journey!

This is a virtual journey. After each of my daily runs, I log my miles and move myself forward on the map. Each day, I write about the run, the thoughts, challenges, discoveries, and victories that I experience as I make my way across the country. Occasionally, where the opportunity is given, I will travel to the current location of my journey and run along the actual route! For more information, check out the first run on the A2B Journey, the Story behind A2B, or the Mission Statement.

A2B App
Please follow along during development of  the A2B App!  This new app creates fun, new ways to make running, cycling, swimming, walking, and other activities much more interesting and social.