Tag Archives: Batavia

Taking a pass on the Turkey Trot this year

The annual rite of running the Turkey Trot in my former hometown of Batavia is going by the wayside this year. For one thing, my knee is slightly swollen from the hit it took by a yellow lab at the … Continue reading

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Down by the river

I’ve always lived fairly close to water, especially rivers. It is fun to run along river trails because there is always something to see. This is especially true as my avocation is birding, or birdwatching. Rivers attract birds because of … Continue reading

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Even those who run and ride have still gotta move

By Christopher Cudworth Spring is the season for many people to move. Everyone goes through that experience in one way or another. Unless you’re part of a Royal Family, itĀ seems we all move a few times in life. The last … Continue reading

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A runner’s long relationship with football

By Christopher Cudworth Growing up in the 1960s when the Green Bay Packers were a green and gold apparition of toughness and admiration, it was in my nature to think of football as the pinnacle of athletic prowess. Bart Starr … Continue reading

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