Author: Still a Runner
Mary Lou writes about the adventures and misadventures of a senior runner, ultra trail runner and hiker. She is an RRCA-accredited race director. Mary Lou Harris is a proponent of active living, community volunteerism and inquisitive travel.
Mileage Challenges through the Seasons
Around the World and Back Again
Look to the Horizon – National Senior Games 2021
48-Hour Health Whirlwind
Reflections on odd revelations during my stay-at-home
The Economics of Running & Racing
Grateful for Running, but have I run my Last Race?
Doing Nothing is a Tough Job
And the virus marches on . . .
A snapshot of Nairobi
Great Aloha Run on Oahu
End of the Road Half (and that’s not the Half of It)
What in the Blue Blazes??
The Final Push – National Senior Games 10K
NSGA 5K – running with Icons
Newbie to Track Awestruck by NSGA Record Setters
Albuquerque, Altitude and Aspirations – a Week at the National Senior Games
Forest Bathing (Shinrin-Yoku)
Garlic Mustard Pull on the Appalachian Trail
Tracking from Afar the Capital 10-Miler – a run for the Arts
NO AGE LIMITS FOR MARATHON RUNNERS
Beach Dreams on an Icy Day
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