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Craig Holloway

Craig Holloway

Craig Holloway is a writer, yoga practioner and former ultramarathon runner who is passionate about Chinese medicine.

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The Voodoo Bike

The Voodoo Bike

Jul 7, 2009 July 7, 2009

Sometime in the late ’80s, my bike mechanic friend John finally agreed to sell me his 1972 British-made Raleigh bicycle. I handed him $150 dollars in cash and a cold, six-pack of beer. He cracked open two brews, handed one back to me, and we both took… Read More

Six Months Here … Six Months Gone

Six Months Here … Six Months Gone

Feb 11, 2009 February 11, 2009

Last month Uncle Dave returned to the Patagonia campus. Like a bird he migrates back to Ventura for a spell then flies off to New England or Greece for self-rejuvenation. In the six months that he spends on campus he tends the grounds with meticulous precision. The windblown leaves… Read More

Once Upon a Wetland

Once Upon a Wetland

Feb 4, 2008 February 4, 2008

Sara Benjamin is the Project Director for “Once Upon a Wetland” – a watershed education and wetland restoration project of Oak Grove School in Ojai, California. In partnership with the Ojai Valley Land Conservancy, Meiners Oaks Elementary School and Nordoff High School, the project engages students and the… Read More

Ultrainterview: Krissy Moehl Talks Hardrock 100

Ultrainterview: Krissy Moehl Talks Hardrock 100

Aug 28, 2007 August 28, 2007

Patagonia wordsmith and former ultrarunner, Craig Holloway recently interviewed Patagonia ambassador, Krissy Moehl about her win at this year’s Hardrock 100 in Silverton, Colorado. Krissy is considered one of the top female ultramarathon runners in the country. Craig: Congratulations on setting the women’s course record (29:24) at… Read More

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