Category Archives: Exercise

If a tree falls?

Covid Deaths in U.S.:  1,030,000    Get Vaccinated! Stop the War in Ukraine! One of the joys of walking the many nature trails on Bainbridge Island is finding gnome homes. My favorite is Gnome Home No. 2 which is located on the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Memorial Day 2022 with Nature

Covid Deaths in U.S.:  1,001,313         Get Vaccinated! Stop the War in Ukraine! Memorial Day “dawned” gray and rainy (like most of the last six months). I enticed my bride into taking a drive to Sequim, WA, which resides in … Continue reading

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Lifelet: A walk in the woods in between rain showers

Day 247 of Self Quarantine      Covid 19 Deaths in U.S.:  245,000  As I doom scrolled through my morning twitter feed, I clicked through to McSweeney’s for a little morning humor to interrupt the many existential crises: NOVEMBER 13, 2020 … Continue reading

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Wait what? A labyrinth? Near my trail?

Day 180 of Self Quarantine             Covid 19 Deaths in U.S.:  190,000 The habits of each day being another Ground Hog day make me wonder if I am sleep walking through life.  “Wake Up!” was my … Continue reading

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Flow in the age of the “V”

I texted my brother about the corona virus.  He replied “You are so old school bro.  To have street cred you need to start calling it the ‘V.’”  As we self-quarantine due to our age and health, V takes on … Continue reading

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Homage to a decaying stump

For twenty years I’ve walked around Blakely Pond at the end of Blakely Harbor.  Yet, I never noticed this rotting stump until the right combination of ebbing tide, bright sun, just enough evaporation from the stump, and “waking up!” to … Continue reading

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Lifelet: I love my Fitbit!

I love my Fitbit! I had not worn a watch or any device on my arms since I experienced an Outward Bound trip in the 1980s.  Through the Employee Health benefits of Conga, I ordered a Fitbit Alta HR and … Continue reading

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Through Natures Lens

There’s an app for that. Today, I did my three mile walk with EveryTrail.  I’ve traveled this same trail either walking or running hundreds of times in the last ten years.  Yet, I’ve never taken it with a camera in hand.  So … Continue reading

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Exercising Again with Technology

In August I made the mistake of trying to run in some of the new “Born to Run” NB Minimus shoes from New Balance.  I thought I had made all of the appropriate stride and upright stance running changes.  At … Continue reading

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