Monthly Archives: March 2011

Excessive Sierra Snow for 2011 Hiking Season ?

Here we go again. If I was heading out to the Pacific Crest Trail again, I’d bring along a cheap GPS this time, and get ready for slow going through the frozen stuff up there. Hope it’s not a repeat … Continue reading

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Biking, March 2011

Back at it with the Brewmaster today for a quick 16 miles up and down, with some serious ups. It was fun, it was real work, and my back is sore tonight, but good sore. There is going to be … Continue reading

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Trek Across Lincolnville To The Sea: part 3 of 3

We made it out before the rains came to wash the big snow away. It always comes down to this, on these weekend trips- packing up, retracing steps, and coming home. In the end, Roy’s back held up. Dave and … Continue reading

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Is Fitness Elusive to Some?

Well: Is Fitness All in the Genes? By By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS Published: March 16, 2011 Genes appear to play a role in why some people who work out get fit, while others who do the same exercise routine barely budge … Continue reading

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Working Out On A Bronx Street Corner

Read about one man’s release within a gritty place in time. http://nyti.ms/hzxpWO

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Trek Across Lincolnville To the Sea: Part 2 of 3

“This is it. This is finally looking like pirogis,” said Roy as he hovered over Dave’s gigantic fry pan. The pan was brimming with rapidly browning cabbage and potato cheese pirogies as well as kielbasa links. The melted butter base … Continue reading

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Trek Across Lincolnville To The Sea: Part 1 of 3

I’m so blasted tired that it’s only 7:30 and I’m in my sleeping bag fighting the inevitable act of falling asleep. It’s all part of day one on this third annual “Trek Across Lincolnville To The Sea” hiking challenge.   I … Continue reading

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Coldest Night ? Hike, yeah!

Flash! Bubbas hit the trail. Last night Craig and I  headed up the George’s Highland Path from the Thorndike Brook Access.  It was predicted to be the coldest night left this season as we approach Daylight Saving Time change next … Continue reading

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