Marlowe has finally let his enthusiastic nerdiness overtake him. He has built a site about dinosaurs, and much more. Culture studies, theory and philosophy and science and technology are what this site also offers.
I took a look at the history of Halloween and St. Martins Day and recalled celebrating the latter event as a child.
We recently went to the family cottage with friends Silly (the puppy) and got Kaleidoscope Consulting’s online presence scaled up.
Marlowe’s not trained in quite a while. He makes the cut this time but finds out the marathon is one kilometer more than he thought. The walk’s getting close and the heat is on!
The last training on the 5th had gone well at just over 7 KPH, but things like street lights and pedestrians had been major obstacles. Also I was wearing runners […]
Marlowe trains for his October 20th walk marathon. With bad shoes and out of shape, Marlowe gets back on the wagon.
Two weekends ago we went to a cottage to chill out with Marlowe’s parents recharging our batteries for a lovely 3,5 days out of the city.
Trying to put together a top three about Toronto, I realized there was actually a top four of why I like the city so much.
It’s been two years since 2011, when Renaldo Jo and I completed two 100-km walks in one summer. We need to find a route to train.
Picking up the gang, we headed down to Hamilton and the waterfall-rich Spencer Gorge / Webster’s Falls Conservation Area. Waterfalls were seen and many clothes soaked.