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WPC - Biking Wanderlust- Photography

First the wander and then the lust – for food.

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Prepping for Summer, Arnolds Park

I stopped into Arnolds Park, Iowa recently just wanting to get out and enjoy some spring sunshine and warmer temps. After having a lunch I walked about seeing the nice weather being put to use as workers were prepping the sight seeing boat the Queen II for cruising the lakes this summer. 375 more words

Life In Siouxland

Spring in Siouxland and a walk along a bike trail, Le Mars

As the weather approaches more “normal” (whatever that may be anymore) temperatures and the sky is sunny, it’s hard not to go for a walk. The Le Mars, Iowa… 150 more words

Life In Siouxland

Profiles in Sustainability: Jim Jones, Town of Tonawanda Engineer

In honor of the President’s new budget which cuts federal funding of the transportation budget by 13%, this week’s “Profile in Sustainability” is Mr. Jim Jones the town engineer for the Town of Tonawanda. 1,390 more words

The economic impact of Mississippi's Longleaf Trace

I love hearing about the economic impact of rail-trails because to me, that’s the most convincing argument for a trail. Usually the numbers come from some big study that makes some pretty broad-brush claims. 444 more words

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From under the weather

The theme this week for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is View from the Back, Bottom, or Underneath.

You can take photos of anything as long as we are seeing the back, underneath or bottom.  

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43 miles on Mississippi's Tanglefoot Trail

This is a rail-trail that stands out for doing the most basic of amenities incredibly well — shelters with running water and real toilets (and even outlets to recharge your phone). 513 more words

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