|July 31, 2015 5:00 pm||to||August 2, 2015 5:00 pm|
Marlinton, West Virginia on the banks Greenbrier River has loads of fun to offer from biking, hiking, running on the Greenbrier River Rail Trail, boating and swimming the Greenbrier, or slipping off the swimming hole on Knapps Creek. We enjoy the Daly & Todd Families hospitality and camp in their backyards.
There are a few restaurants, the new Dirt Bean and the excellent Richardson’s Hardware store worth a visit. There are miles and miles of trail in the Cranberry Wilderness / Williams River area to discover. So make plans for July 31 – August 2 in Pocahontas County,
We will leave at 8:00am Saturday morning from Marlinton for the 20 minute drive up to the Scenic Highway to Cranberry/Williams trails. Pete Daly has scouted out a new 18 mile loop and has a couple other shorter options planned too. We will go over this Friday evening and/or Saturday morning.
Bring your favorite dish, fruit, snack, dessert or whatever for the potluck Saturday afternoon.
We need a head count please. Contact Dan Todd if you are coming, for directions, or any other questions.
Kanawha Trace 50K/25K/10K Trail Run date has been set for August 8, 2015!
2015 Registration is now OPEN! – Follow the link for all the details
Canary in the Cave trainer #1
Sunday March 29th at 9 am
We will preview two thirds of the Canary in the Cave course on an 11.5 mile loop beginning and ending at the Fayetteville Town Park. There will be an option for a 9 mile loop as well. Start time is 9 am at the Fayetteville Town Park. Click here for driving directions. Please use the entrance at the intersection of Park Drive and Sarah Street for parking. Please do not park at the National Park Service trail head.
Fayette County has several other attractions to keep any non-running family members entertained while you are out on the trails.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about this run.
|October 9, 2015 7:00 am||to||October 11, 2015 1:00 pm|
Entry for the 2015 WV Trilogy is open! Please visit the race page HERE.
Many people enjoyed the Cuban Black Beans and Rice that I brought to the Frozen Sasquatch so I thought I would share the recipe here. The original recipe was given to my mother by a Cuban neighbor when they lived in Jacksonville, FL. The recipe calls for dry beans, but we have substituted canned beans from time to time.
Cuban Black Beans
1lb black beans, dry
1 onion, diced
1 bell pepper, diced
1 pepper, spicy (your choice)
3 garlic cloves
1/2c olive oil
2 tbs vinegar (use half as much for canned beans)
2 tbs sugar (use half as much for canned beans)
1/2 c red wine
1 bay leaf
1/4 tsp oregano
2 tsp salt
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