Category Archive: Adventure

The Non-Adventure Weekend

See that view? Does it convince you that we did something active and outdoorsy? We sort of did something outdoorsy. This hike is just a few miles round trip from our house and… Continue reading

Yoga Journal Live San Francisco

I just finished a weekend at Yoga Journal Live in San Francisco! Yoga? I don’t talk about yoga. Have you missed all the posts where I talk about yoga? Nope! There are very… Continue reading

So much life

Too much life has been happening too quickly to document it all. Since the last post some notable things happened (in no particular order): I threw a massive multi-tiered surprised weekend for The… Continue reading

Lake Edison Camping Trip

For Labor Day we went camping at Lake Thomas A. Edison in the High Sierras. The goal was to get away for a bit and teach some friends how to camp and fly… Continue reading

Non-Ironman Weekend at Alamere Falls in Pt. Reyes

I bailed on Ironman a few months ago. I realized that while I *could* do the training, I didn’t *want* to do the training. Heading out one morning and realizing that the shortest… Continue reading

Big Sur

On Saturday, on a whim, The Boy and I decided to drive south to Julia Pfeiffer Burns (JPB) State Park to explore Big Sur. We stopped in Carmel for lunch (reminded us of… Continue reading

Sally

Had about a half an hour to squeeze in a workout and cobbled together 2 rounds of 20 seconds per exercise with 3 pound weights of this workout: Then I added one round… Continue reading

Living Large in LA

We spent this weekend living large in LA. Last week I was feeling really under the weather and was worried that I’d need to bail on our long-planned trip to go to LA… Continue reading

Birthday, Bar Harbor and Puerto Rico

During the month of June I’ll spend more days away from home than days in Berkeley. First, we spent a week marrying friends (The Hubby is a popular officiant amongst our friends) in… Continue reading

Hiking Half Dome

This weekend I hiked 21 miles with an elevation gain of 6,000 feet to summit Half Dome in Yosemite National Park (thanks, new Garmin for fun stats). It was gorgeous and grueling and… Continue reading

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