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Muscling toward the midline

Scallops are a big deal in Lunenburg. Adams and Knickle has been in the business of scallop fishing since 1897 and continues to provide the community with outstanding quality and fresh product. While running by their waterfront iconic working wharf and nostalgic wooden dragger, the “Chockle Cap”, I started to think about dinner (to be […]

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Singing a different tune

Somehow and some way, I found myself listening to Willie Nelson in a fantastic interview on NPR’s Fresh Air during a run of mine last week. It was mesmerizing. His voice and personality┬ákept me enthralled the entire hour. While he is no cultured Parisian opera, Willie the Outlaw Nelson provided my run with a certain […]

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Evidence of impermanence

I ran to the end of a long winding coastal road on Sunday in the wind and sporadic rain with my head on a swivel as the textures of the landscape were extra rich that day. The mosses, puddles, seaweed, stunted shrubs holding onto little dried up berries, slick rock outcroppings, and broken road all […]

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Moon shot

Last night’s little 6 k weave through town was lit by a spectacular full moon. It was bright and clear, the air brisk and crisp, the streets quiet and free. It was #runhappiness. I took these photos earlier in the evening of the moon on the rise:

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Textured Tuesday #24

It’s getting closer and closer to winter and the anticipation of the first real snowfall of the season is eating at me. I love snow! It cramps my run -style, but I love it anyway. Today’s minuscule dusting of ephemeral glorified frost was a tease.

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How many shades?

We have had quite a bit of rain and wind in Lunenburg lately. My 16k run yesterday had a plateful of gusty wind and a side sprinkling of rain. It also seemed that the wind was in my face no matter the direction I ran. And accompanying all this is grey. I love running when […]

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