Tag Archives: Father’s Day

Spending Father’s Day in a cloud

There was no rain predicted in our area yesterday, which was Father’s Day. No green blobs on the radar. No threat of being bombarded on an early Sunday morning. But the weather forecast was not entirely accurate. It wasn’t raining … Continue reading

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The Not So Great Fanny Pack Debate

As I have mentioned in previous blogs, in some ways I have evolved with the times when it comes to running and riding. In other ways, perhaps not so much. For example, a few weeks ago when the weather changed … Continue reading

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A ride with a daughter on Father’s Day

By Christopher Cudworth “I might like to go for a bike ride,” she told me. “Well, your mother’s bike is pretty sweet,” I replied. “It’s a Trek Navigator 2.0. A nice trail bike.” We lost her mother to cancer in … Continue reading

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