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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.


Sasquatch Fuel

Sasquatch Fuel’s tasty and filling Vegan Rice and Beans (Gluten Free) ingredients are simple, quality sourced, and all are on my “I can eat it” food list. My love for Sasquatch Fuel goes beyond their “on-the-GO” meals with an extended deep appreciation for this Bozeman, Montana based company’s stewardship of public lands, as well as, their support in gearing up and giving future generations the opportunity to get outside and connect with nature.

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!

Give back Gear Forward

 

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! 

For more information ~ www.gearforward.org 



Feeding my machine with Sasquatch Fuel ~ Read about some of my adventures below ........


Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim

Posted by Raven Crystals on 2/2/2019 to Gaia Qi and Elemental Energies
Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim
Trekking across the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim had been on my “Yes” list since the minute I stepped off the trail from my previous year’s Rim to Rim adventure. Here it is, just over a year later, and group of us have gathered and collectively committed to the adventure of crisscrossing the Grand Canyon in one GO. Read about the adventure here.....

Feeding the Machine

Posted by Raven Crystals on 10/9/2018 to Feeding the Machine
Feeding the Machine
I have a whole slew of food sensitivity challenges that need to be navigated around on a normal day. Participating and carrying a mandatory number of calories in a self-supported, multi-day stage race in a foreign country, gave me some “food for thought.” How am I going to feed my machine?

MonGOlia | 250km Ultra marathon July 2018

Posted by Raven Crystals on 8/17/2018 to Gaia Qi and Elemental Energies
MonGOlia | 250km Ultra marathon July 2018
I am running in my first multi-day stage race in MonGOlia at the end of July 2018. Interested in following my progress as I trek 250km across the amazing and beautiful country of MonGOlia, check out the 4 Deserts website for up to date postings

Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |It's GO Time

Posted by Raven Crystals on 8/17/2018 to Feeding the Machine
Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |It's GO Time
Bags are packed and I am ready to go. MonGOlia here I come....

Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage One

Posted by Raven Crystals on 8/17/2018 to Feeding the Machine
Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage One

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.



Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Two

Posted by Raven Crystals on 8/17/2018 to Feeding the Machine
Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Two

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.


Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Three

Posted by Raven Crystals on 8/17/2018 to MonGOlia 2018
Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Three
Gobi March ~ Stage Three ~ From the Mountains to the Dunes. Stage Three started with a single track climb over a rocky pass traversing Monastery ruins, beautiful temples and stupas. And then some alone time in the Mongolia’s Gobi Desert…….

Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Four ~ The Long March to the Orkhon Valley

Posted by Raven Crystals on 8/17/2018 to Feeding the Machine
Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Four ~ The Long March to the Orkhon Valley

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....


Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Five ~ The Battle Grounds of Ghenghis Khan

Posted by Raven Crystals on 8/17/2018 to Feeding the Machine
Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Five ~ The Battle Grounds of Ghenghis Khan
Stage Five ~ The Battle Grounds of Ghenghis Khan. Stage 5 was a picture perfect day with nothing but blue skies as we headed through green valleys toward the forested steep incline………finally trees!

Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Six ~ The Final Footsteps to the Ancient City of Karakorum

Posted by Raven Crystals on 8/17/2018 to Feeding the Machine
Mongolia | Gobi March 250km |Stage Six ~ The Final Footsteps to the Ancient City of Karakorum
Stage Six ~ The Final Footsteps to the Ancient City of Karakorum. As you can imagine, rounding the final corner of the course and entering the impressive monastery grounds to the finish line was epic. 
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