All posts by Sandy Stott

Sandy Stott

lives and runs in Brunswick, Maine, where he chairs of the town’s Conservation Commission. He writes for a variety of publications and has a book, 'Critical Hours — Search and Rescue in the White Mountains', due out from University Press of New England on April 3, 2018. He may be reached at [email protected]

Running The Risk
Running The Risk
on May 16, 2018
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An article about the risks involved in trail running and how to manage them.


Running Clouds: Two Tales
Running Clouds: Two Tales
on March 28, 2018
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Creative prose about clouds, mountains, and running.


Norwegian (Ski Olympians) Would; Isn’t It Good?
Norwegian (Ski Olympians) Would; Isn’t It Good?
on March 6, 2018
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An essay about how watching the Winter Olympic Games can inspire our personal running.


Mary And The Giant: Encounters On Foot In The Nearby Deep
Mary And The Giant: Encounters On Foot In The Nearby Deep
on December 27, 2017
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An essay about how the words of a poem can inspire one’s trail running.


Crouching Rock: Paleo-Me And You
Crouching Rock: Paleo-Me And You
on October 31, 2017
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Creative writing about the primal drive to scan for danger when trail running.


Hardcore… Or Soft?
Hardcore… Or Soft?
on December 8, 2016
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A creative essay about the value of pliability and adaptability in achieving success in trail running.


An Immodest Proposal
An Immodest Proposal
on March 29, 2016
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Creative writing about the concept of running for speed and competition.