Tag Archive: Luis Escobar

Luna Landing!!

Luna Landing by Patrick Reed My first run in my Luna Leadville’s was out of this world Inspired by Luis Escobar and his tribe of “Mas Loco” followers who convene at the ultra… Continue reading

Stepping Up to the Luna Bar

Stepping Up to the Luna Bar by Patrick Reed Yeah, I am waiting by my door once again, this time looking for the mahogany blur of the UPS guy — I, a charlatan… Continue reading

Learning to Run Free at the Born to Run Ultra Marathons

Learning to Run Free by Patrick Reed I was anxious for the Born To Run Ultra Marathon weekend which is now just logged into the record books. Perhaps most noteworthy for history’s sake… Continue reading

“If I get hurt, lost or die – it’s my own d@mn fault”

“If I get hurt, lost or die – it’s my own d@mn fault” By Patrick Reed Such are the final words of the mandatory waiver for the 50-kilometer race I will run this… Continue reading

Dangerous

Dangerous by Patrick Reed This past weekend, I was fortunate enough to join a group of similarly-minded crazy distance runners for a running retreat in Death Valley, USA. In the days leading up… Continue reading

Running & Playing

Patrick Reed and Luis Escobar after the SLO Marathon 2013 Running & Playing by Patrick Reed How fitting that Dr. George Sheehan’s fifth chapter in Running & Being* is entitled Playing. After all,… Continue reading

Becoming

Running & Becoming by Patrick Reed I race in just a few hours, so I’ll keep this to the point. Today, I met both Dean Karnazes – the “Ultra-marathon Man” – and Luis… Continue reading