First Restaurant Carnivore meal looks a little sad A week ago I began a four week plan to test out the Carnivore diet. (The backstory can be found here ). This week was the perfect week to begin the experiment, as I was recovering from a 100 kilometer trail run (you can read about here ) so my training block would be small and I could deal with the lack of carbs like a normal person...sleep and cry! Before I begin, I need to mention there is no universal agreement on what is included in this diet. Some people drink coffee, because it's good, others wont touch it as it came from a plant. Some have high fat dairy (cream and cheese). Some even use honey (is it bee milk/poop, or is it a plant product? But cows eat grass...does that mean beef is a vegetable byproduct....am I going on a salad diet!!! I digress). Diets are like religions, everyone knows the correct way to do it, and everyone else is wrong. I'm setting out to keep it a little more chill, like everyone s
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Pre Race Selfie Attempt ' If it was easy, everyone would do it. If it was fun, more people would do it .' -Thomas Coveney, English philosopher, kilometer 71 of the Mighty Quail 100K It was probably August 13. I was sitting in my chair, reclining after a successful Canadian Death Race, when a text message appeared on my phone. It was from my buddy Tom Coveney. It simply asked 'do you have any September races planned'? I had the Lost Souls 100 miler at the beginning of the month, but then a 7 week break before Javalina in October. I was intrigued, so Tom sent me the link to The Mighty Quail Trail. Tom and I have a race history. He has a knack for picking great (terribly awful/no one needed to ever run them) races, and earlier in the year got me to do Diez Vista 100k with him (great 50k loop, doing it twice?? That amounts to torture). The Quail Trail was going to be much nicer, better scenery, hopefully not pouring rain, and....free beer at the end!!