Where do you go when you need solitude? Anywhere I can run, I have solitude. Running is a great way to get into your own head and out of it at the same time. If I’m stressed, I run. If I need to work something through, I run. If I need some space or time […]
I’ve been finding it really hard to find the motivation to write lately. While I love sharing interesting experiences in South Australia (and there’s certainly no shortage of adventures to write about), it seems that 2020 has finally gotten the better of me. For most of this year, I have managed to stay relatively positive […]
On Sunday, I took part in the Joggers World Half Marathon, part of the 41st Adelaide Marathon Festival. The Festival includes the Adelaide Marathon, Joggers World Half Marathon, Physio Smart 10km, Embrace 5km, and Race the Popeye Kids Fun Run. Overall, the event seemed well-run with only a few areas for improvement. The Half Marathon […]
Sadly this morning’s run did not go as well as I had hoped. In fact, I registered my very first DNF. Making the decision to step out of the race was one of the hardest running decisions I have ever made, even though I’m sure I made the right choice. I hate quitting, and after […]
Flying into Sydney for a one-night work trip is a bit strange. You fly in to a world-renowned city and see very little of it; you spend all day in the office, and by the end of they day you are so tired that you just want to crawl into bed. Generally when I make […]
Hi! I’m Ashley. I’m an American-born ex-ski bum who lives in Adelaide, Australia – a place that gets no snow. I was working at a Colorado ski resort when I fell in love with an Aussie boy, and I have since fallen in love with his hometown.
I explore my wonderful adopted home of South Australia while we plan our next amazing ski trip.
Read about my latest adventure:
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