Tag Archives: Polar Vortex

The day my eyelids froze shut

It’s true. I once went running in temperatures of twenty-three below zero. A half mile into the run, my eyelids froze shut. That’s a weird feeling I can assure you. I stopped, covered my face and warmed the area the … Continue reading

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The Truman Show is still running when it comes to climate change

The news came in 2-4″ of snow is predicted this weekend for Wisconsin. In case you’re geographically challenged, or live in a country far away (and there are many who read this blog who do) that’s the state just north … Continue reading

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10 Stone Cold Good Reasons to go Outside and Run Today.

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Sometimes it’s really hard to trust a good old American flag

By Christopher Cudworth At the start of a long run or ride, it’s always helpful to know which way the wind is blowing. As a matter of practice, it pays to know where there are flags to study wind direction. … Continue reading

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