Monthly Archives: July 2013

All Comers Action

    All Comers week is underway and the action has been non-stop. Clear skies and buttery sunshine mean great conditions for running. The track session this morning saw the Mighty Mitochondria group (we’ve been learning lots from Coach Pete … Continue reading

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Masters Week – Trials of Miles

  Masters week finished on Saturday with a round of our favorite haunt: the Ridge Run 10 miler. Runners silently leave Cedar Lodge one by one and in small groups beginning at 5:45am. The miles whispered past, the sun came … Continue reading

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Dick and Judy on WDEV

This past Wednesday, our own Dick Dreissigacker and Judy Geer were on the “Vermont Conversation” on WDEV. From DEV’s website:  “Judy Geer and Dick Dreissigacker, co-owners of Concept2, makers of high end oars and rowing machines in Morrisville, talk about … Continue reading

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Kale, weeds, and peas, oh my!

With the arrival of real summer weather, the Outdoor Center’s vegetable gardens have burst to life.  Over the past two years, Amy and Pam have turned the Center’s small herb plot into a series of larger gardens aimed at producing … Continue reading

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Masters of Endurance

  With a rough estimate of 160 weeks of collective running camp attendance, this edition of masters week is going strong. Coach Pete Larson educated the runners on exercise physiology, footwear and form with terrific video to illustrate his points. … Continue reading

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Gravel Ride: Glovers via Dirt

In celebration of Glover Day coming up this weekend, we’ll do a bit of pre-riding of the (in)famous Tour de Glover course, as well as exploring some of the beautiful high meadows that hem the villages of West Glover and … Continue reading

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Mega Fauna in Craftsbury

A frog this big makes a lot of racket, the racket which motivated the talented frog wranglers from Hosmer Point to relocate this specimen. I’m curious to hear more about how they ID’d the culprit, let alone captured him in … Continue reading

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Austria U23: Calm before the storm

Maddie, Jason, and I have been in Austria for four days now. Most of it has been spent either rowing, preparing our boats/other equipment for rowing, or relaxing in the hotel. On Sunday night, when Maddie was still using my … Continue reading

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Guten Tag!

Guten tag from Austria! Lenny, Jason and I successfully navigated two flights and a three-hour bus ride from Munich to Linz to our hotel in the center of the city. With expert advice from the many seasoned travelers at Craftsbury, … Continue reading

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Sunny & Scorching Marathon Week

Take 8 dedicated marathon runners, add sultry July days, throw in some crazy thunderstorms every night between 6:30 and 7pm along with endless laughs and stories (and even some temporary tattoos) and you’ve got this year’s marathon week. The runners … Continue reading

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