Caren Ware's Blog

December 9, 2013

Gearing Up

Filed under: Uncategorized — Caren Ware @ 10:36 pm

I plan to go run a marathon at the base of Kilimanjaro and than ascend to the top of that immense 19,000 mountain in Africa in three short months. How? I am not sure. By setting the goal and than dreaming out a game plan. It will be an adventure worth brining you along. So first, I decided to GEAR UP. I got my hair done by ALEX!alex Than I got my nails done. I know. I know. It’s so girl. Than I started a workout routine.
And than I committed to the month of December to work in Jackson, Wyoming. I get to work at the coolest store ever, an outdoor fitness shop called TETON MOUNTAINEERING. They are the hub of outdoor apparel, packs, boots, avalanche equipment, tents, gloves, backcountry skis, and socks. Not just any apparel. They carry Patagonia, Marmot, Mammut, Black Diamond, Arcteryx, and more types. The reps are in town and they are demonstrating all the lastest and greatest, all the new materials and products, Why this zipper does not leak, why this jacket shields from wind, what the differences are in down loft, and the gamete of color choices. Couldn’t be more yahoo. I am going to get a list from Kathy Loper of KathyLoperevents.com events and see what items they think are needed for Kilimanjaro and than I am going to find the best brand and options for those. How fun! Its the first step. LEAP! gear1

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