"It became a spontaneous idea, with very little preparations. I decided to run across windy Patagonia, 168 kilometers (...) by myself, following the old Patagonian railway called La Trochita.(...) Running La Trochita by myself was a psychological and physical experiment. Moving by foot, running while being on my limit(...) I came home with a great experience, but very difficult to share with others who haven't been there."
In unrelated news, I have an interview in the inaugural Trail Running Canada online magazine, at pages 23-25. Congrats to Jonathan for getting the magazine off the ground, not an easy feat and best of luck to him with it as he moves forward. I look forward to reading accounts of some of the great runs, races and runners from across Canada's muddy, rocky and snowy places in the pages of upcoming issues.