Once a source of "Not all you want to know about Texas Adventure Racing," but now just some "leisure" adventure through the eyes of "The K-SPoT"

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Ladies Only Adventure Race

May 2, 2009 - Lake Livingston State Park

A ladies only adventure race great for beginners. Teams of two will complete a race course that includes 2 to 3 miles running, approximately 5 to 7 miles biking, 1 mile paddling, and some team challenges. The race should last 2 to 4 hours.

Start time 9 AM Race day registration from 7:30 AM to 8:00 AM Awards for the top three teams. Finishing medals for everyone who completes the race. Mandatory gear: mountain bike, helmet, running shoes, and water.


Monday, April 27, 2009

Lake Georgetown Sprint AR Suunto T6 Log

* Pods not used due to race restrictions

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Yard Sale This Weekend

What: Yard Sale
When: April 25, 9am
Where: 4419 Blossom St.

Stop by and at least say hi. To see some of the stuff I'm selling, go to the following link. There will be more household stuff, but this is what I found foraging through the garagenous zone. Happy hunting!

Monday, April 13, 2009

HART Sprint Adventure Race Training Camp Testimonial

minor branch obstacleThe camp this past Saturday was a great success--we even put up a tyrolean traverse that was pretty fun! Everyone graduated, meaning no one quit. Here is a testimonial:

"I just want to give a shout out to Rick Sanders and his crew. Kenny thanks for showing me how to use a compass. This was definetly a strong team of people. I knew nothing about adventure racing and what all was involved. I did not even know how to use my bike :). But after 8 hours with Rick, I had a good sense of what I was getting into. Also when I attended this training camp, the team of HART members were so helpful and took care of me inspite of my falls and slides; they were there to see me to the end. It was definetly an intense training; but I enjoyed every bit of it. This is a camp that I would recommend to anyone that wishes to get started with adventure racing. I thought I would be too tired to drive home. But actually I was so wired up from the training, I reflected on everything we did all the way home. I did not have a sleepy bone in my body; I was sore and had a bruised ankle and a few cuts, but that was it. I told my husband that I will be signing him up for this training. I want him to share in the intensity of what was involved during this training that words can't describe. I am looking forward to my first race. Rick thank you so much for your military style teaching; it is what I needed. I look forward to more trainings and races with HART. God Bless you Rick and all the HART members that helped me yesterday"