Posts Tagged ‘running’

The Winners of the 5th Avenue Mile Runaway Bridesmaids

The first-ever Runaway Bridesmaids race happened this Saturday at The 5th Avenue Mile in New York City. The men and women who dressed up and showed up made the race so much fun–and such a success. And they all looked beautiful doing it! 

How our Runaway Bridesmaids Racers made a difference:...
September 24th, 2012 | Runaway Bridesmaids | Read More

Pain in the neck.

It’s Sera here, checking in again on NYC marathon training for Runaway Bridesmaids as promised.  I’m not so sure I’m on que for my “weekly” check in, I might be late, but I’m here and making the time to connect with you – and really, connect back with me and...
September 15th, 2012 | Runaway Bridesmaids | Read More

Running The Death Valley Marathon – A Race to the Finish

Running The Death Valley Marathon – A Race to the Finish
by Nancy Yeomans LG Air Travel Editor Source: www.trekearth.com Death Valley National Park is the hottest, driest and lowest place in North America. If I hadn’t driven across it myself I’d never guess that this 3 million acres of vastness lies only 2 hours by car from the glitz and excess...
March 29th, 2010 | Adventure Travel, California, Fitness & Workouts, Nevada | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Nancy Yeomans

Lost Girl of the Week: Nancy Yeomans
Nancy Yeomans has run more than 20 marathons, as well as countless shorter distances, all around the world.  She can be found living and running in Newburyport, Massachusetts when she is not traveling.  Nancy is an Air Traffic Controller by day and a Travel Agent by ‘moonlight’. *** I’ve...
February 19th, 2010 | Adventure Travel, Antarctica, Asia, Fitness & Workouts, Greece, Lost Girl of the Week, New Zealand, Peru, Travel Philosophy | Read More

The World’s Largest Marathon: New York City

The World’s Largest Marathon: New York City
My favorite way to explore any city is to run or bike through it. And I was lucky enough to be able to join 39,000 people running through all five boroughs for the ING New York City marathon last Sunday. More than 100,000 people applied from all over the world. I took the Staten Island ferry to the...
November 8th, 2008 | Fitness & Workouts, Sports & Games, United States | Read More

Silly Mzungus

Silly Mzungus
When you’re an obvious stranger in a strange land, or in our case, a bustling pastoral community in Western Kenya, it’s bound to attract some attention – particularly if you’re of the paler skinned variety as we are. Every time we venture outside the borders of our volunteer...
October 22nd, 2006 | Kenya, Volunteering & Giving Back | Read More