Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Wednesday 4/28


I did 5 miles on Monday, took Tuesday off and today I ran 8 miles.

Feeling better and better. The consistency is still pretty strong
and the running feels more and more fluid. I think back to that little
4 mile run in Idyllwild. I hope I'm really starting to turn a corner.

My doc got a heavier anti-histamine cleared through my insurance.
The pharmacist said this should be stronger and since it's a "next generation"
med, I shouldn't feel drowsy. Oh, yeah, there's that side-effect I've had
to deal with this past 2-3 months.


Some good brews have been in effect.

The highlights: Ranger, Pure Hoppiness, Pliny the Elder, Maharaja and Port all on draft. Also got a hold of some Hop Rod Rye and Alpine Nelson. Into some Dale's pale ale right now and had a nice cold Ale Smith X (extra pale ale) on draft after my run today.

Had fun at Toronado on Monday. A fine Maharaja pour blew my mind in this fine establishment.

I want more work, more running, and more good beer
on a solid foundation of more love, discipline and gratitude.


  1. good running and great beers!

    1. i had Nelson for the first time last weekend. very good and fresh tasting. easy drinking.

    2. i got maharaja on draft in prescott. so damn good.. a GREAT beer!

    3. i got some dale's chilling in the firdge right now in St. george.

    life is good!

  2. Classic. We're on the same trale, homey.

    Have a great time up there and all the best to BW.

  3. "All I want to do is drink beer and train like an animal." -Rod Dixon

    That's my new favorite quote :)

    Glad to see you're on the track to dialing in your health, exercise and balance.

    PT began yesterday. No running for a couple weeks. We'll hit the trails together eventually. For now, beers!

  4. how rad is the nelson! cracked a pure hoppiness the other night for the first time and it was SOLID.

    Might be hitting up beachwood tonight for some Sculpin on tap too!

  5. Toby and Ryan,

    Cheers. Look forward to sharing a pint or two. . .