Wow, that was 26.2 miles of fun. Challenging, difficult, time-consuming, painful? Yes. But in the end, I had a GREAT time. I was SO happy to be alive and able to physically able to run the OKC Marathon. 26.2 miles. I was a bit slower than last year, but hey, I had open heart surgery […]
In my first trip to fly into the back country landing strips of Idaho in my Maule M7-235C airplane, I met a 30,000 hour pilot whose career spanned everything from Constellations to Boeing 727’s to DC-3’s and bush airplanes. He was camped near my son and I at Johnson Creek Airport near Yellow Pine, Idaho. […]
A few weeks ago I got the opportunity to photograph my granddaughter, who is an outstanding dancer. We went to downtown OKC to take photos near Bricktdown and by the Oklahoma River. Kaitlyn brought a friend from dance class along. Cheri, her mother, brought along a change of clothes and pretty well let the girls […]
2018 has been an epic year for my health. 4,003 miles on the bicycle, 1,036 miles running and 32 miles swimming – and open heart surgery.
This past Saturday I ran 19 miles around Lake Hefner – my first really long run since the OKC Marathon. Oh, I have done some half marathons since, and those have become fairly routine, but I have been feeling great and wanted to knock out a longer run and finally found the time on Saturday. […]