undefinedStill A Runner is a proponent of active living, community volunteerism and inquisitive travel.  After a post age 60 retirement from a career in public service, she expanded those interests to include ultra-trail running, hiking and extended-stay travel.

Join her in exploring the experiences of a senior runner who recently clicked over to the F70-74 age group.  Her progression to this age group is filled with running experiences, travels, mishaps, unintended adventures and the kindness and friendship of other runners.

After running multiple races stretching from the mile to the marathon, from road to trail, parks to parking lots, and some unique locations on this planet, she is still finding surprises and challenges with every run.  She is still a runner.


  1. I used to be a runner – 100 m, 800 m, and cross-country. But that was a long time ago. I started running on the treadmill again last winter and promptly gave myself plantar fasciitis which is still limiting my activity level a year later…
    I admire your energy and enthusiasm.
    BTW, thank you so much for following Beauty Along the Road.

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