I have a whole slew of food sensitivity challenges that need to be navigated around on a normal day. Food sensitivity issues can be a total bummer. DAMN I LOVED popcorn. To live a healthy life without a food triggering episode means I have to be vigilant and make the right nutrition choices to fuel my body. I certainly do not let my food sensitivities stop me from doing what I LOVE. Whether I am traveling, or hitting the trails hiking or running, I have learned some “work arounds” as far as dealing with my dietary limitations. While researching and trail testing food for the 2018 Gobi March Ultramarathon, I discovered Sasquatch Fuel.
I am happy and blessed to have been selected to be an ambassador for Sasquatch Fuel. I am looking forward to this next year’s line-up of soul trekking adventures and feeding my machine with Sasquatch Fuel. Together we are supporting the non-profit organization, Gear Forward and their mission to outfit the next generation of adventurers because every child who wants to get outside deserves to have the gear necessary to experience ALL the wonders of nature. YES indeed!
Sasquatch Fuel is donating 20% of every meal pouch sold through www.sasquatchfuel.com with an ambassador code until Oct. 2019 to Gear Forward.
Please use my ambassador coupon code: Giveback1
And let's get some equipment for those kids this year!
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- Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |It's GO Time
Gobi March ~ Stage One ~ Wide Open Mongolia. Rolling hills and dirt road trails and nothing but green, green, green, as far as the eyes can see. I wanted to burn the green color into my retinas and memory for all time’s sake. I was surrounded by a landscape of colors ~ luscious verdant green with a slight purple hue due to all the lavender and wildflowers covering the hills.
Gobi March ~ Stage Two ~ The Nomadic Wilderness. The course for day two is filled with more lush green rolling valleys and endless tracks of dirt roads leading to infinity, sprinkled with random gers and herds of livestock.
Stage 4 ~ The Long March to the Orkhon Valley. Drum roll pleeeeeeeze….the anxiously anticipated day of the Long March began with a later start time of 10am. Initially, the course had us traversing a lot of ups and downs through the stunning steppe landscape of limitless grassy terrain and had us finishing up in a soggy, very tired heap....