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50 Years of Running: Life tectonics

By the winter of 1981, I’d completed much of the fictional book Admissions that I’d written on the train while commuting to Chicago. One of the main characters in the book was a professor that invented a concept called Life … Continue reading

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Even flat turtles have their day in the sun

This morning I ran what might possibly be the slowest three miles I’ve done in a long time. Along the way, I chanced to look down and see a flattened turtle on the gravel shoulder of the road. It bugs … Continue reading

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Take the long way home: the lessons of the water shrew

By Christopher Cudworth I know you’ve been dragged some weird places if you read this We Run and Ride blog on a regular basis. So be prepared, you are about to be dragged somewhere you never thought you’d go. Into … Continue reading

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