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50 Years of Running: JV and The Dedicated Crew

Those first few weeks of cross country competition as a freshman in college always features ups and down. At our most important early season meet, the Luther All-American Invite, I ran a credible 21:23 four-mile on the rolling home course. … Continue reading

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A long, strange trip with drinking alcohol

If you’d rather hear me share this blog in a Podcast, give the Spotify link a tap. One of my favorite drinks is a simple Jack and Coke. It doesn’t take much to mix one up. Just pour the whisky … Continue reading

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A new meaning to fields of grass

The squirrels who visit my front yard bird feeder played a bit of a practical joke on me. A tall corn stalk has popped up in the front garden. It stands nearly five feet tall now. Whether it will produce … Continue reading

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We run and ride and swim. And then we drink. Sometimes too much.

By Christopher Cudworth In the summer before starting college the group of guys that ran together and hung together began plotting a major league blowout party for an end-of-summer sendoff. We all got blotto. Drunk. Falling down stupefied. And maybe … Continue reading

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