Caving Adventure



One of the best parts about driving to races is that you can stop and see amazing sites along the way. The Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota is one of those stunning places that you often wonder “How have I not heard of this before?!?”. The cave has over 140 miles of discovered passageways and they estimate that that is only 5% of the total cave. Seriously only 5%! That means there are thousands upon thousand of miles of unexplored caverns down there!

Jennifer and I went on the Wild Caving tour on Monday. You actually get to go crawling around the cave, shimmy through small holes, climb up some sketchy slopes, and get nice and dirty. Unfortunately we couldn’t bring camera’s (it would have been destroyed if we had), but I found some pictures online to give you a feeling of the fun that we got to have underground the other day.

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Newest Sponsor



I’m incredibly excited to be representing and working with a new sponsor for 2013 – Inov-8. Their slogan of “Natural Running” is one of mine too, so it’s a perfect fit. With various weight, heel-to-toe drop, and tread options it’s so easy to find the right shoe for the right occasion. And their numbering and marking system make it easy to figure out what is what.

Here is the shoe that I’m currently doing most of my running in. It’s called the TrailRoc 245.

Inov-8 TrailRoc 245

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