A wide shot of the Andes Mountains with a snow covered Mt. Ausangate in the center. The 2020 team of eleven are hiking in the foreground on a beautiful day.

Tag: Inspiration

19 Aug
2017
Resolving Differences

By Randy Pierce These are difficult words to write and I have some considerable concerns for the possibility of undesired and unintended

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17 Aug
2017
Give us suggestions for Autumn’s adventures while we travel to Peru

By Randy Pierce While we travel to Machu Picchu and into the Andes mountains, the elevation is sufficiently high to give us pause in

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05 Aug
2017
Healthy thoughts for all as I start my training

By Randy Pierce The arrival of August heralded the start of my training for the California International Marathon (CIM) for December 3

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29 Jul
2017
The hardest part of blindness today

By Randy Pierce “Patience How long will that take!” – Tracy Pierce I firmly believe going blind was much harder than being blind

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22 Jul
2017
Peeking in on Peak Potential: Time to help us climb a little higher!

By Randy Pierce The power of perspective is probably quite clear in that I’m thinking it's less than four months until our 8th Annual

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01 Jul
2017
Historic Reflections and a Journey Ahead

By Randy Pierce "But we can hold our spirits and our bodies so pure and high, we may cherish such thoughts and such ideals, and dream

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24 Jun
2017
Expedition Andes: Heading to Machu Picchu and Beyond!

By Randy Pierce "Few romances can ever surpass that of the granite citadel on top of the beetling precipices of Machu Picchu, the

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11 Jun
2017
Two opportunities on the horizon

By Randy Pierce It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves --Edmund Hillary Two opportunities are looming ahead: one for me and one

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04 Jun
2017
Guest blogger: Spread the word (and the work) of the Walk for Sight

By Beth Foote It was a cool, partly cloudy morning on Saturday, June 3 when the 2020 Vision Quest team gathered together in Concord, NH

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28 May
2017
Leadership and an invitation to support our mission!

By Randy Pierce "To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart" –Eleanor Roosevelt I thought much upon the

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21 May
2017
Teamwork on the Gate City Relay and Marathon

By Randy Pierce “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much" --Hellen Keller My original goal was simply to share time

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29 Apr
2017
May Day Memories of a Magical Hike

By Randy Pierce May mountain memories are richly rewarding for me, from my engagement to Tracy on May 1, 2010 atop Mt Welch to the May

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22 Apr
2017
Moving Forward in Celebration!

By Randy Pierce “Life is what happens while we are busy making other plans” – John Lennon Recently our focus has been upon the

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15 Apr
2017
Marathon Monday – Help us reach our goal!

By Randy Pierce Runners exalt the marathon as a public test of private will, when months or years of solitary training, early

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08 Apr
2017
Our Peak Potential Table Sprint Challenge is Live!

By Randy Pierce If you are already fully versed on the Peak Potential Table Sprint Challenge and just want to join the team – Get

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01 Apr
2017
2020 Team with a Vision – Banking on Success

By Randy Pierce Today, I’m proud to officially announce the team of which I’m a part in this journey to my third Boston Marathon

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25 Mar
2017
Mission Possible

By Randy Pierce One of the many joys of the path I attempt to follow involves the incredible people and stories I find along the way In

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18 Mar
2017
Happy Anniversary, Autumn!

By Randy Pierce Autumn’s joyous exuberance was evident as she bounded into me on our first meeting on March 16, 2014 Her affectionate,

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11 Mar
2017
How Winter’s Historic Peaks Expanded Our Horizons

By Randy Pierce "Success comes to those who have an entire mountain of gold that they continually mine, not those who find one nugget and

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04 Mar
2017
Future In Sight – Change with a potent purpose

By Randy Pierce As Chairman of the Board of Directors for the New Hampshire Association for the Blind, I have been actively and

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