Lunar Notes

Trucker Hats now available

Trucker hats are now available in the online store! These uber-comfortable Boco brand technical trucker hats are Moonshine Runners Society themed with performance woven material on front sporting the society logo and a close-up photograph of Lady Luna herself plus wicking internal sweatband, structured front panels, mesh side and back panels, adjustable plastic snap back Read more about Trucker Hats now available[…]

Always run with Road ID, now a supporter of Moonshine Runners Society

I’m excited to announce that Road ID has joined the luna-cy as a Supporter of Moonshine Runners Society. Road ID is simple identification you wear all day, giving you peace of mind for every adventure. These super lightweight identification badges can be customized with your emergency contact information or vital medical info for first responders Read more about Always run with Road ID, now a supporter of Moonshine Runners Society[…]

Rollin’ Nolen race report

This road running race report of the 2nd Annual Rollin’ Nolen 10-miler presented by Beaman Toyota and NRC actually starts with tales of competitive road cycling from nearly 20 years ago when Meghann and I lived in a hilltop apartment situated on the Southeast edge of Nashville, literally with civilization to the left and countryside Read more about Rollin’ Nolen race report[…]

The Second Car: Adventure recap of Georgia Jewel preview run

Saturday I ran my longest trail run ever, a preview run for the Georgia Jewel on September 23, 2017. The largest jewel in this event’s crown is a 100-mile course. There are also 50, 35, and 17-mile options. Technically, this year is my “less than 25K distance” year because training for this distance consumes all Read more about The Second Car: Adventure recap of Georgia Jewel preview run[…]

The costs of light pollution and what fuels full moon runs

For full moon runs, our countryside course situated farther away from light pollution enhances the full moon experience. Imagine what full moon runs in rural Montana are like! Here’s an intriguing conversation about additional costs of light pollution and the additional health benefits of darkness. Listening to this reminded me of our time in the Read more about The costs of light pollution and what fuels full moon runs[…]

Human Race podcast gives a nod to ye Luna-tics

There’s a special nod to your Moonshine Runners Society in the introduction to this entertaining episode of my top favorite running podcast.           Human Race is my favorite running podcast, and I daresay my all-time favorite podcast of any topic. It’s about running and racing, but moreso it’s about humans who Read more about Human Race podcast gives a nod to ye Luna-tics[…]