My Running buddy Jason Crosby came up with a cool design based upon a previous Ink-doodle, that our trailrunning group will use for shirts and a banner. Jason is a darn good graphic artist from Central Georgia who runs trails with the rest of us nerds. If you want a design for your needs, give him a jingle. I'll have the banner up on my rented shelter at the Rocky Raccoon 100-Mile trail run in February. There should be 6 or 7 KC-area runners entering the event, this year. Usually, it's just little ol' me. I'll also put the banner up at my race, the "Psycho WyCo Run Toto Run" that is scheduled for 1 week after Rocky. It will be a busy February, once again. Now I just have to get through the Winter uninjured and healthy!
Beer-related post: My Imperial Rye-IPA has been fermenting like crazy since I brewed it on Sunday. The most recent version of my "Gute Träume Kölschbier" that I brewed for a friend turned out well. Luckily, I'll have some left for myself. I'm going to bottle a few extras for some of the Germans at work, also. They are all from the Köln area in Deutschland.
I find ways to enjoy life as much as I can. Also, life's too short to treat people poorly.
I'm into long runs in the park, consuming salt, popping blisters,
eating roadkill & tree bark, and burying whiners in shallow, unmarked
graves. I also enjoy designing trail race courses that would make the
Marquis de Sade blush.
A fun time for me would include banging muddy shoes together, setting
broken bones with a machinist's vise, and duct-taping-down any part of my
body that is bleeding or just flopping-about uselessly.
What helps me to be an active trailrunner and grandpa?
1) Daily sponge baths with bovine stem cells;
2) Copious amounts of delicious & nutritious homebrewed beer; and
3) My secret elixir...Bicarbonate of Figleaf.