Richard Runs California

Day 14 – 400 miles ran…and counting!


Cold Spring -> Santa Barbara -> Rincon Mountain This morning, Richard and Eric were cruising down the mountain, into Santa Barbara! Thanks Eric for coming back to run two more days with Richard!     After they made it down the mountain, they finally got back onto the coast of Santa Barbara and enjoyed the wonderful weather! Watch (read more)

Day 14 – 400 miles ran…and counting!2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00

Day 13 – 370 miles ran…and counting!


Foley Vineyards -> Santa Ynez -> Cold Spring This morning's run finished at the Santa Ynez Airport. Panos finished his last 15 miles with a blister on his toe. Thank you Panos for hanging tough with Richard!! He loves hearing someone else's footsteps. The second run of the day was the hardest with 86 degrees (read more)

Day 13 – 370 miles ran…and counting!2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00

Day 12 – 340 miles ran…and counting!


Santa Maria -> Vandenberg -> Foley Vineyards This morning Richard and Panos are running through wine country with wonderful views!!   Richard's friends and supporters came up today to surprise him!!  These are just some of the amazing people who have helped make Richard's 700 mile run possible. Thank you to everyone who has helped (read more)

Day 12 – 340 miles ran…and counting!2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00

Day 11 – 310 miles ran…and counting!


San Luis Obispo -> Arroyo Grande -> Santa Maria Today is Livestrong Day and we are extremely grateful for all the support they have provided to ENF. Richard is running today in a yellow Livestrong shirt in honor of their day and to show gratitude. Thank you Livestrong Foundation for your support!  Richard thanks Livestrong (read more)

Day 11 – 310 miles ran…and counting!2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00

Day 10 – 280 miles ran…and counting!


Cambria -> Morro Bay -> San Luis Obispo Saw the first live snake on the side of the road this morning. Eric joined Richard for his 3rd 15-mile run in a row this morning heading toward Morro Bay. Richard is on Day 10 of running 30 miles a day. The sun came out strong today and (read more)

Day 10 – 280 miles ran…and counting!2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00

Day 9 – 250 miles ran…and counting!


Ragged Point -> Hearst Castle -> Cambria Richard ran through San Simeon pretty much on flat land with the wind at his back.                   He finished in Cambria. He had a slightly longer route today and not as "thrilling" as his run through Big Sur. His route consisted (read more)

Day 9 – 250 miles ran…and counting!2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00

Day 8 – 220 miles ran…and counting!


Big Creek Turnout -> Gorda -> Ragged Point Richard's friend, Eric, is joining Richard for the first 15 miles this morning from Big Creek Bridge to Sand Dollar Picnic Area. Thanks Eric for your support!!! Go Richard and Eric GO!                       Richard made it through (read more)

Day 8 – 220 miles ran…and counting!2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00

Day 7 – 190 miles ran….and counting!


Bixby Creek Bridge -> Ventana -> Big Creek Turnout During the morning, Richard was running with the clouds, through beautiful scenery. Then, he powered UP HILL the last 3 miles of the morning run with the sun beating down on him in Ventana. Richard finished running (Saturday) about 45 miles through BIG SUR > which was tough (read more)

Day 7 – 190 miles ran….and counting!2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00

Day 6 – 160 miles ran….and counting!


Marina -> Carmel -> Bixby Creek Bridge Fun Fact: Richard has 8 pairs of the same men's 890 New Balance running shoes. So far he has used a new pair of shoes every day, then he will recycle through them. This morning, after finishing in Carmel, he said he really enjoyed listening to the sea lions along (read more)

Day 6 – 160 miles ran….and counting!2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00

Day 5 – 130 miles ran….


Aptos -> Watsonville -> Marina Richard said he took it a little easier today because most of the course was flat, and every day has had hills. He has Big Sur coming up for the second half of Friday and all day Saturday. He said he enjoyed all the agriculture, especially the "Strawberry Fields Forever"  (read more)

Day 5 – 130 miles ran….2017-05-20T05:20:24+00:00
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