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Lessons learned are like bridges burned

I finished the Champion of Trees 10K in 51:00 flat, a pace of 8:12 per mile through show and up hills and down. At various times during the race I definitely questioned my ability to meet my goal of 8:20 … Continue reading

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Please stay on the Garden Path

Yesterday while running at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois, I glanced down to see a simple sign staked in the ground. It said, “Please stay on the garden path.” The Arb, as many people call it, largely welcomes runners … Continue reading

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When you’re so popular it hurts

This past Sunday my wife and I took a trip to meet up with friends at the Morton Arboretum, one of the Chicago area’s most popular places to commune with nature and frolic among the trees. We were attending one … Continue reading

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For this neutrino, it’s sink or swim time

Last weekend the workout plan included all three disciplines, the run, ride and swim. Saturday was a relaxed hour run in a forest preserve called Herrick Lake. The preserve is a mixed habitat preserve with limestone gravel trails circling through deep … Continue reading

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