Tag Archives: September

Following the sun

We try to make the most of our long summer days when the sun rises early. Several times this summer I walked into our backyard at 4:30 a.m. when the sky was just starting to brighten in the east. It … Continue reading

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The fading light of September

By Christopher Cudworth The month of August is such a beautiful thing with its yellow flowers, flat blue skies and crickets singing up the twilight. It lingers into September, this feeling that summer lasts forever. Then it occurs to you … Continue reading

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How far would you go to protect your running and riding career?

By Christopher Cudworth In yesterday’s blog about unintentional cross-training, I documented the benefits of cross training with a paper route in my early years as a competitive distance runner. The early mornings, the extra exercise, the discipline of daily commitment … Continue reading

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