Super Awesome News of the Year!

Our co-authored book about the CDT, A Long Way From Nowhere, is now published and up for sale on Amazon! Check it out, give it a read, write a review, or just learn how we handled a 60 mile waterless section of trail!

The Latest and Greatest on Urbyville…

Julie sailingOur Normal Life Blog

Here is our ongoing story of what we do in between our more adventurous adventures. We’ll do our best to keep this ongoing post updated with our attempts at making life adventurous, within the context of an apartment lease, having a job, and going to school. (Last updated: 12/16/14) 

white pass pilot ridge loopLessons from a Newbie

A 29 mile loop in the North Cascades with a total newbie backpacker from the city? I learned that I know more than I thought about living outside.

 2014 Run Rabbit Run 100 Recap

My version of 100 miles on the RRR course, thoughts on the race and season, and preview of what’s in store for the next season.

IMG_0202Unfinished Business

An account of our final week on the CDT to finish up Julie’s remaining 175 miles from I-70 to Steamboat Springs, CO.

Hoka Rapa NuiUltra Strategy Thoughts

I’m now 2/3rds of the way through my mountain ultra racing season. Here are some thoughts on what I’ve learned so far.

Our Fantastically Organized Adventures

In Good Company

logosmallUrbanski Coaching: Reaching runners’ potential on the road, the track, and the trails.

Julie is proud to be a Gossamer Gear Trail Ambassador

Matt is racing for Team 7 Hills, part of the Seven Hills Running Shop.

What’s Coming Up

Sunday, November 30: Seattle Marathon

Julie will be tackling her first road marathon in over 2 years! She’s been training well these last few months and is shooting for a PR, despite the ever-present chance for crappy weather and some rolling hills.

Sunday, December 7: CIM Marathon

Just a week after Julie is chasing her PR in the marathon, Matt will be testing his marathon speed and hitting the road in the California International Marathon in Sacramento, CA. This point-to-point course is known for fast times on a net downhill course.

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