On Top of the World … at the End of the World.

I was super stoked to come to Patagonia to run a marathon. But, I’ll admit, I wasn’t sure what to expect outside of lacing up my shoes, putting one foot in front of the other, and pumping my arms. Here are a  few gems from the journey; pictures make a stronger case for a Chilean …

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By the Numbers

4 days until the Patagonia Marathon. 342. That’s how many miles I’ve logged in preparation for Saturday’s race. Honestly, that doesn't feel like enough. 160. That’s how many dollars I paid for my overpriced (?) backpack. I wanted to roll into Chile towing a traditional suitcase, but there seems to be an unspoken rule that …

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