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Updates of Late

Sorry for the blog neglect. Prepping for Robie Creek last week and the Weiser River 50K this week - along with doing some planting & picking of asparagus and WINE GRAPES and prepping the back yard into a 0.10 mile single track loop along with .....

let's just say I've been really busy. If you follow on Instagram, you can get a more up to date report of my adventures. It is hard to blog from my laptop on the machines at the gym - where I have been spending so many hours of the day.

But here is the updates.



My Robie Creek finish. I cross at 1:10 in the video. I felt strong and I ran my fastest Robie in the 4 years I have done this race. It made me so happy, I wanted to cry from start to finish. After my 50K, I think I am going to focus a LOT on improving my speed. With Boston just finishing up, I really have a desire to get faster and maybe be first female.


A photo posted by runinboise (@runinboise) on Apr 20, 2015 at 10:26am PDT I don't know how I look so good going u…

Gorton's Smart & Crunchy Review & Giveaway

This post is sponsored by Gorton's and no other compensation was given.

Since on my 3 month mission to eat better and lose weight, I have been having lots of success - 3 more months to go! A lot of my time has been planned around cooking, eating, food planning and working out. This whole weight loss thing seriously has been a full time job for me. Thankfully, Gorton's Seafood has been making my life easier with fast and tasty healthy food choices!


Gorton's all new Smart & Crunchy Fish Sticks are in stores. New Smart & Crunchy Fish Sticks, also available as Fish Fillets, are made with 100% wild-caught Alaska Pollock and breaded in a panko coating that gives them a great crunch. Always crispy, never fried, they have 50% less fat than Gorton's regular Fish Sticks and are 180 calories per serving.


Gorton's first introduced the now-iconic fish stick to American dinner plates in 1953. Since then, fish sticks have become a mealtime staple and a building b…