've put together some stories on this web site that I've written over the years about some of my
adventures doing what I love to do when I'm not working. I've been a runner for many years and a hiker
for a few (although I did a lot of serious hiking when I was just out of college). Of course I love
other things as well, but some (like singing in a choir) are less amenable to stories and picture representation.
My hiking reports fall into two sections: "Backpacking" and "Hiking/Peakbagging". These two categories are not
really exclusive of one another — clearly I do a lot of hiking and I climb numerous peaks when I'm backpacking.
But my hiking/peakbagging section is mostly about day hikes, and my backpacking trips are targeted at traversing a particular trail
(such as the Appalachian Trail) and almost always involves an overnight stay on the trails. I've called the "Hiking/Peakbagging" section by that
combination name to make clear that not all my hikes are to peaks. Many of them are just to nice places.
In the backpacking section you will enjoy accounts of hikes along the AT and other trails from West Virginia
to Maine with many fine pictures taken along the way - including a couple of albums of wild flowers.
In the hiking/peakbagging section you will see reports of climbs of many of New England's highest peaks as well as a few outside
The running section include a couple of stories of the Boston Marathon, the Hood to Coast Relay, The Philadelphia
Half Marathon and many interesting and fun runs in Central Park and around the country.
Brand New! My Running Blog —
've enhanced my running section by creating a running blog
entitled "Beyond Central Park", and included a large number of posts written in the last couple of years that never made it to
this web site, plus the best of the best
from the older reports from the running tab on this site. Just click on the banner at the left and you'll get to the blog. I've also included more
information on the posts on the blog which you can see on the running tab of this site. Enjoy!
So just click on one of the tabs at the top or bottom of this page to get to the reports, stories or
Comments? Suggestions? Click here to send me a note.
Happy Running / Hiking!