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What to Wear for a 50-Mile Ultra-Marathon

“There is no bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.” ~ Ranulph Fiennes In any adventure, backpacking, mountaineering, cycling etc., what you wear is as important as training. It can make the difference between having fun, being miserable, having to call it quits and in some cases, life or death. Running an ultra-marathon is no different. In March, I ran the 51.4-mile ...
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The Benefits of Yoga – Hormones, Memory, Aging, Stress & Pain

Still thinking about doing yoga and need yet, another reason to start?  Read this article I wrote for Sotto Pelle. Maybe it will help you start! The Benefits of Yoga – Hormones, Memory, Aging, Stress & Pain By Payge McMahon The practice of meditation and yoga, a mind-body therapy, slows down the aging process and can help those suffering from traumatic ...
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Adventure Packing: Top 5 ‘Must Haves’ by Payge McMahon

“Every girl should have a passport.” ~ Mom True words from a wise woman  You never know what exciting adventures tomorrow has in store.  So be ready! Top 5 Adventure Must Haves by Payge McMahon for Wigwam Mills Every adventure is different. Depending on where you are going, what activity, for how long, time of year, expected weather etc., what you pack ...
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The John Muir Trail – 221 Miles

Payge McMahon writes about her 221 mile adventure, backpacking The John Muir Trail in California, for Osprey Packs. Direct Article Link: Osprey Packs – Hiking the John Muir Trail by Payge McMahon The John Muir Trail Aura or Ariel 65 I’ve backpacked all over the world and the JMT is my all time favorite! Located in Northern California, this breathtaking ...
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Payge McMahon on the cover of The Social Magazine

What do Amy Grant, Kix Brooks and Jo Dee Messina all have in common with Payge McMahon?  They have all graced the cover of  award winning leisure and travel publication, The Social Magazine!  That is right, Payge McMahon made the June/July cover and is featured inside.  The issue, themed ‘The R, R & R: Rest, Relaxation and Road Trips’ was ...
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