A couple of days ago I was interviewed by Trent Dyrsmid for his Podcast. This was my very first Podcast interview, and I think it went pretty well! Trent and I are both passionate about building niche websites, so we dove right in and covered lots of in depth details that I’m sure many of you will be interested in hearing. I basically cover how to built niche websites from start to finish.
So, if you are interested in checking out my interview on Trent’s podcast – you can check it out right here!
Also, if anyone out there is doing a podcast or is looking for a guest post or something, I am open to doing more! I enjoyed the podcast and I figure it doesn’t hurt to get my name out there a little bit. Of course, my time is limited and I can’t do everything, but I’m more than happy to discuss options with anyone interested.
In other news, I recently finished a 50-mile relay race called Rainier to Ruston. In fact, it was last Saturday – June 4th. With a team of six, we covered 50 miles total (I ran about 10.5 miles total I think). Each of us ran 2 legs of the race. It was a blast! The race went from the base of Mt. Rainier to a town called Ruston on the Puget Sound in Washington. Anyway, I was fortunate enough to get to run the 2nd leg of the race which ended up being a secluded trail through the woods. It was beautiful! However, it was EXTREMELY wet and muddy! I had to run through several mud holes and streams of water. So, I ended up spending more time worrying about dodging mud and water puddles and creeks than I did about running a great pace (but so did everyone else on that trail). Anyway, out team ended up in 4th place (out of 44 I think) in the 6 person relay groups. Here are a couple of pictures:
Getting ready to tag the next runner. Just came out of the trail:
My shoes after the mud running:
Anyway, my next running event is the Seattle Rock ‘n Roll Marathon on June 25th! Anyone else in the Seattle area want to join me?! I am running it with a few other friends and family – some doing the full and some doing the half marathon. This will be my second full marathon and I am hoping my last (if I can keep myself from signing up for anymore). The long hours of training are just not enjoyable anymore! Although I am hoping to stay in shape so I can do some Triathlons this summer as well. I guess we’ll see what happens. I think mixing up the training with other sports besides running will help me stay more excited about working out.
That’s about it for today. I just wanted to let you know of the podcast interview and share a bit about my latest run. Later!