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Sounds of Summer’s Fade

Saturday, September 4th, 2010

Strong wind rushes through pine needles. Birds sing, but hold tight to their roost. The cicada that still remain this late in the season, chirp their final song of summer. All are sounds I would surely not hear were I to be using a chainsaw today. One fast way to get on the track to [...]


Monday, June 21st, 2010

Whether wind, snow, rain or sleet, there is never a good excuse to get out of training for life. On a cold and windy Saturday, right before Mother’s Day, the three of us spent the day riding our bicycles 100 miles. Pictured above was us as we celebrated arriving at the halfway point with food and iced tea. Pictured below is [...]

Fun & Games

Friday, May 21st, 2010

Being fit makes life more fun. Getting there can be a game, a challenge to oneself. The best part however is feeling better. No aches, no pains, not being tired, not feeling sad, no trouble sleeping, no need for any hard-on pills, at 47 I feel as good as I did at 27. And, I am [...]

The Noon Part

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

Snapped pic of the butterfy… Noon is meant for walking. With or without boots…but a mobile phone-cam does come in handy.

Looking Forward

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Two quotes popped into my head as I rode my bicycle this evening. One came to me via a cyclist. Where it originated, I haven’t a clue, but it goes like this. “Sunshine, blue skies, 78 degrees, wind at your back—Where’s the challenge in that?” The other comes from Miss Stevie Nicks. “Sometimes life’s a [...]

Utter Perfection

Monday, May 17th, 2010

A perfect hike on the perfect day stopping at a perfect little stream snapping a shot of the perfect girlfriend.  What more can a dude possibly say?

Foods of Color

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Imagine a salad without lettuce. Picture one that is green because it consists of dark leaves like kale, spinach and chard; not sickly looking leaf like the basically colorless Iceberg or the bleached-out faded hue of green seen in Romaine. The leaves in a salad should be crisp and very green. Also, since we’re on th esubject of color, I love adding reds, purples [...]


Saturday, May 15th, 2010

Nibbling on a slice of apple covered in raw cacao paste and sprinkled with sunflower seeds stimulates the mind. Each bite a cool, sweet crunchy delight. It’s very refreshing and, once a couple pieces of raw cheddar cheese are added to the mix, a quick, easy and tastey breakfast. I’m eating a plate of this delicacy right now, staring at the rising shoots of [...]

Eating Buffalo

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

When the big beast first saw me, she hurriedly hustled over beside her calf. Within a few seconds, the two of them scampered off, joining the rest of the herd.  The strength in the Bison’s hindquarters was very much evident as she galloped away. This was no sluggish, half-comatose, grain eating cow. No. This was a vibrant and strong wild animal. [...]

Longevity Right Now

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Pictured above, my mom is benefiting from all of her hard work and taking advantage of longevity right now. Smiling wide at the of 68, she exercises daily, eats sensibly and maintains a healthy happy disposition by pursuing new goals. Her latest accomplishment: Pedaling a bike at an average speed of nearly 16 mph for [...]

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