Cruising through Merli-Sarnoski County Park

Cruising through Merli-Sarnoski County Park

Late last week, my 8-year-old daughter, Sophie, and I were looking for a little something to do that would be a quick and easy hike. I honestly wasn’t sure where we were headed so I checked the googleator, found Merli-Sarnoski and figured why not. The park is...
Running a 5K in an orchard in a downpour

Running a 5K in an orchard in a downpour

Hey gang! Let’s do a quick wrap up of what went on this morning. It’s got a little outdoors, a little running, some rain and great people. I did the Ronald McDonald House Apple 5K at Roba Family Orchard. It’s a terrific race and obviously for a great...
A simple and fun city hike at Nay Aug

A simple and fun city hike at Nay Aug

  Alright, friends, let’s give you something to do this weekend, shall we? Not every walk in the woods needs to be 10 miles up a mountain. Sometimes the best hikes are relatively short and close to home. Enter good ol’ Nay Aug Park and the Davis Trail. Now...
Yosemite closed indefinitely

Yosemite closed indefinitely

The California wildfires have devastated huge swaths of land, displaced residents and brought 14,000 firefighters to the region. It’s being called the largest wildfire ever recorded in the state. That’s remarkable given the number of high-profile fires in...
Running 50 freakin’ miles!

Running 50 freakin’ miles!

Well I promised we were going to mix it up in the blog and what better way to start than with a little insanity. Randy Shemanski, the Athletics Communications Manager at The University of Scranton, recently ran the Cayuga Trails 50. As the name implies it’s a...