Author Archives: Marshall

Both Feet on the Ground: A Prescription for the Stay At Home Coronavirus Blues

You’re stressed out, tired of looking at the same four walls, drained by the negativity on social media, and exhausted from juggling work with homeschooling and entertaining your kids. No matter your age, location, or financial standing, there is a … Continue reading

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Death Valley to the Summit of Mount Whitney – At Age 67

July 19, 2018, Evergreen, CO – After thirty-five years as an extreme endurance athlete, including running at least 129 races averaging over 125 miles each; completing twelve expedition-length adventure races; and ascending the Seven Summits, including Mount Everest, all on … Continue reading

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How we like to celebrate this kind of anniversary

Happy anniversary to us! It’s been five years since Heather and I ascended the steps at New York City Hall together–nope, not to get married, but to celebrate the finish of my 3,062-mile run across America. (I tell you, I was … Continue reading

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Posted in Book, Running on Empty (2011), Run Across U.S., SFO-NYC (2008) | Leave a comment