June 2010

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Why I Love Lander, Wyoming

Why I Love Lander, Wyoming

Someone once told me, “Happiness is a time, not a place.” I thought that it was a pretty neat way of looking at things. Still, the people in a community also help facilitate happiness. This is true for my community.
And, I certainly find happiness due to the place in which I live. A place called [...]

Why I Love Facebook

Why I Love Facebook

I just finished reading The Facebook Effect, by David Kirkpatrick. It is a phenomenal book. In fact, it was a page turner for me.
Kirkpatrick provides readers an up-close and personal look into the mind and life of Facebook CEO/Founder Mark Zuckerberg, and provides a history of the most popular social network in the world and [...]

Biking to Frye Lake, in Wind River Range

Biking to Frye Lake, in Wind River Range

Right now, the “Switchbacks” and road that connects nearby Sinks Canyon State Park and Bruce’s Bridge to Highway 28 and South Pass, above my town of Lander, WY, is closed to vehicular traffic, which means as a cyclist you can have the 8 miles of pavement up the Switchbacks all to your self.
Or, as [...]

Thursdays with Coach Bechtel: Pain & Injury are Not the Same Thing

This is the first of several fitness tips I’ll share following my Thursday sessions with Elemental Training Center’s co-founder — and my coach — Steve Bechtel.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Pain and injury are not necessarily the same thing. While an injury often equals pain, pain doesn’t always equal injury.
According to Steve, if my muscles hurt, and [...]

Shelli: 1; Krispy Kremes: 0

Shelli: 1; Krispy Kremes: 0

This is POST 27 of my “fitness journey.” For backstory, see Post 1,
Post 2, Post 3, Post 4, Post 5, Post 6, Post 7,Post 8, Post 9, Post 10, Post 11, Post 12Post 13,Post 14, Post 15, Post 16, and Post 17,Post 18, Post 19,Post 20,Post 21, Post 22,Post 23, and Post 24, Post [...]