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You never know what a little cheerleading can do

A cross country meet is not the place where one normally expects to see cheerleaders. That tradition is more closely associated with football and basketball games where crowds fill the bleachers. Yet there were cheerleaders assigned to our cross country … Continue reading

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Life is just nuts sometimes

The Acorn While talking with my brother-in-law this weekend, I learned that he is heavily involved in removing acorns from his lawn. He’s not one to exaggerate. He’s always been a person to calculate his statements with some accuracy given … Continue reading

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Nothing better than running and riding on a two-track trail

By Christopher Cudworth With all the ways to get lost in this world you probably aren’t looking for one more suggestion on how to escape the confines of GPS and your commuter route. But here goes. You need to find … Continue reading

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