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Drawing on years of experience

I’ve been a runner basically since I was born. Skinny. Energetic. Can’t sit still. Love to run. I’ve also always been obsessed with art all my life. Sketching. Painting. Love to draw. Along the way in life, these two interests … Continue reading

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From Maroon Bells to Aspen, a run through life

By Christopher Cudworth Toward the end of a week camping in the Maroon Bells of Colorado, that deliciously beautiful chunk of mountain range above Aspen, it occurred to me that a 12 mile run down the mountain might be a … Continue reading

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It’s not that far to fall

Running and riding both have their risks. Cyclists, however, are at greater risk of falling than runners. But that does not preclude those who run from exercising some caution, or at least watching where they step. Goof or Consequences The … Continue reading

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Lake Solitude and Back: The Rocky Road to Enlightenment

As training runs go, or training rides for that matter, it can be fun to put yourself into a position where you face a real test. Those kinds of runs and rides test your personal character. Push you through fear … Continue reading

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