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... Matt Hagen and Daniel Kuhlmann. They told jokes and made everyone in the aid station laugh (except for the grumpiest runners and nothing could change their attitude). I have thought about them repeatedly since and was sure to give a laugh or two and a bunch of smiles at Kachess aid station when I went through there this year. I believed at that time that the negatives outweighed the positives and I decided then and there that I would never run a ...
Monday 12-24-12 Christmas Eve
Anne and I woke up on Chicago time early Christmas Eve morning. When I went to the window and pulled back the heavy hotel shades I saw what was invisible to us last night. Mixed with the white clouds of the distant sky you couldn't be sure if you were looking at more clouds or the white tops of the Olympic mountains. Anne and I stepped out to the balcony to get a better view. From there we could see the entire horizon lined ...
... or at least I can’t help but get along with these sorts of people).
He invites me outside for a joint and I agree. There is a saying 'Beer before grass you’re on your ****, grass before beer you’re in the clear’ and I’m not sure how true this is because based on the saying I should’ve been on my ****. I can say that after a few separate sessions outside I was pretty wasted… plus Mitch and ...
... of beer plus some other drinks! We stayed until closing.
As we were leaving I met this guy named Craig. Craig is a member of the ski-patrol (paramedic-types) and was, like myself, in love with snowboarding (although he seemed to like skiing more).
I invited him back for some drinks and he agreed. Turns out he is a really cool guy with a lot of knowledge about ...
... never seen snow before so wasn’t even sure what I was looking for and second there were light coloured rocks in the landscape that I kept confusing as snow which means that I couldn’t trust that some light area towards the top of mountains could be described as snow when they could also simply be rocks.
Suddenly, there was no longer any dark area except for the trees!!! I knew it was snow. It was a fantastic feeling. Suddenly, I was super excited!