Wednesday, December 13, 2006

One Step At A Time

I've been selected in the lottery for the Western States 100 Endurance Run. This will be my first 100 mile run. I have run three 50 mile ultras a 50K and 18 marathons. Join me as I prepare for this new journey in my life.

16 comments:

Jenny said...

Yeah, I get to be your first comment!!! I look forward to reading about your journey and larninf some of your running wisdom! Blessings on this adventure!
Jenny

Donald said...

Enjoy it, man. Train hard and run well. Congrats.

Bob Gentile said...

Hi Eric, I look forward to following your Journey towards WS and that 100 mile destination adventure day.

Bob

runliarun said...

Eric, we are listening. You will have an awed audience.

angie's pink fuzzy said...

woo hoo!

Thomas said...

Congratulations on getting into WS100. I'm very much looking forward to reading all about your journey.

olga said...

Dude, weird, it means I get a link with your count?

This journey will be unforgettable, with good, bad and ugly...enjoy!

runboyrun said...

I'm looking forward to following your journey. Enjoy!

Wes said...

Hi Eric! Welcome to blogland! We are excited about your journey and can't wait to hear about it and cheer you on!

Ryan said...

I'm glad to see part of this journey includes blogging! I look forward to following you on the road/trails to Western States!

"Long may you run"

Sarah said...

Welcome to the blogging world, Eric! I'm looking forward to following your journey to WS. : )

GotLegs! said...

Looking forward to the journey ... *tc

robtherunner said...

Dude, where have I been? Shouldn't I have received a phone call or something alerting me of a new blogger on the block?

Steve (NW runner) said...

What were you thinking, 100 hilly miles in the heat of the summer? You must be a maniac or a moron or something. Oh yeah, that's right, I volunteered to be your pacer. Sounds like a great idea. Your site looks good (except the toe picture, ugh!).

Journey to Centum said...

Steve,

You can be my pacer putz or my putzy pacer. We both know how well we run in the heat. I suppose our running performance in the heat could be judged an inconvenient truth. At least you will be running at night when it cools down to 85F or so.

The Moron

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