One of the greatest outdoor feats in history was fulfilled last week. Or was it? A trail runner, Joe McConaughy, averaged running 45 miles day for nearly two months to complete the 2,660-mile Pacific Crest Trail, from Mexico to Canada, in 53 days, 6 hours. It was the fastest-ever time for the
So last year’s August #FunRun for the sake of views has been a flop. It never grabbed anyone’s attention for whatever reason. Instead of being bummed out about that, i decided this year that i’d do something different. This month just like last year was a great month for new music. The pool to choose from was deep, and getting deeper by the day. So this month i’ve put together an extended playlist, 10 more songs added to the original twenty. This playlist started as a personal motivator for me to keep running, and stay active. And i’ll continue to create my motivation for as long as i can. And i hope everyone can enjoy the ride as the music continues!
Hello Shoe Addicts :) My name is Brian Matthew Hadsell and I am a Singer-Songwriter from San Francisco California. I would like to introduce myself and was wondering if you could please listen to my music on my tumblr? If you like it please download my single "Feel The Same" it at the Google Play link below the music player, and I am also on Spotify and itunes! :)
Can do! I’m always down to give a listen to new music. Good luck in your music ventures, keep playing and keep creating!
So a few nights ago i thought back to our first trip to Eugene, OR. It was 2 years ago for the US Olympic Trials (Tracktown12) and we had the whole Shoe Addicts team together (Adam, AJ and I). I really wish i could say the standout memory was Ashton’s WR or any of the other outstanding performances at Hayward during the trials.
However, none of those moments can compare to the random event that occurred on one of the few sunny days that week. While taking a walk to Dutch Boys for some much needed coffee we passed by a gentleman in the cross walk holding something under his arm. As we got closer he asked us very politely, “Would like a chicken?” and it was only then that i realized this man was just walking around with a live chicken under his arm… I didn’t do a double take, i’m pretty sure it was at least a triple take by the time i realized what had just happened.
Boy, do i love random experiences like that. If only i had a story like that for all the places we’ve been.