Ryan {indi}


Longer ago than I care to admit I started running road races. 5k, 10k, 15k, 1/2 marathon, marathon (and a few others). Every race is a little different, has its own unique character – course, landmarks, crowd, etc. The thing road races share is scoring – time, it’s all about time. The Rallye 66 Ranger…(Read More)

The Ranger Run Team Challenge was a fun team building event for my co workers and I. Leading up to the challenge we were able to keep ourselves accountable, proving to one another that we’re working on each portion of the race. For one of my teammates it was his first ever “running event…(Read More)

The RangerRun was a very unique opportunity to get to train with friends and watch each other be pushed to new levels. The training that we did went for 10 weeks. Once a week we did the events in order and gradually added distance to our runs. We started at 1 mile and increased a…(Read More)

My Calling…


I never felt the call to service for my country. However, if my country did call for me, I would do so without hesitation. But then there are those that did hear that call, and did make that choice to defend my freedom, and my country. That’s why it is so important to me…(Read More)

A Story of Firsts


Duck hunting is honestly something I can say that consumes me.  As the season rolls around, I start going through my gear, checking out new gear, watching the weather patterns, checking the migration reports… the list goes on!  The one thing that I enjoy most about it is being able to do that with my…(Read More)

More than lunch


Saturday, January 16, 2016, I had the privilege to have lunch with Peterson Outdoors Ministries during their Wounded Warrior Duck Hunt. Josh Carter, my son Jace and I drove over to Kansas from Carthage, MO to deliver cookies for their lunch. I had never attended a Peterson Outdoors Event so I really didn’t know…(Read More)