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May 2016

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Running the BolderBoulder

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Out of the corner of my eye, I see the belly dancers.  One has a sword on her head.  Or did I just imagine it, because of the crusty mess I have become while running?  I keep ahead, focusing on the mass of people ahead of…

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Bicyclists and everyone else

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Driving at 60 miles per hour, I’m barely keeping up with the car in front of me.  As it’s the start of Memorial Day weekend, there’s a lot of traffic on Foothills Parkway, otherwise known as Highway 36.  It’s no surprise, as this is the main…

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Waking Up

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Waking up.  Leaves unfurling, flowers blooming, streams gushing.  Spring in the mountains reminds me that nature is coming back to life.  But for certain wildlife, it literally is a time of waking up.  As I saw a picture the other day of a bear walking through someone’s backyard,…

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Running at 8200 feet

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I gaze upon the massive reservoir with the snow capped mountains looming in the background.  What a view!  I lean over, touching my toes, stretching my hamstrings.  I lean against the sign watching dogs run along the bank, darting in and out of the water, basking…

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