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Squirrel!

This morning my wife let our dog Lucy out the door to greet me at the moment when two squirrels ran out from beneath the line of cedar trees next to our lawn. Lucy gave chase to one of the … Continue reading

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Running and riding through anxiety, depression and grief

By Christopher Cudworth A year ago on March 26, 2013, my wife died after 8 years of treatment for ovarian cancer. Notice that I do not mention the word “battle” or “fight” or “struggle” in the context of my wife’s … Continue reading

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In sleep we trust to help us run and ride

A few days ago we considered the tarsnake of the common cold and how to avoid it. The subject of sleep was purposely left out of that article. It is obvious that waking rest is an important component in effective … Continue reading

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The relationship between running and riding, and mental health

The Walker makes us think We called him “The Walker.” His real name was Steve. And he walked everywhere he went, and thensome. Local legend had it that a doctor had told him that walking would help cure his “problem,” … Continue reading

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