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This year I had met a woman who is friend of my grandparents’. She was complimenting me, telling me that I was beautiful, and, like most old ladies do, trying to convince me that I should meet her youngest son (he’s forty, by the way). 1,024 more words

Thanksgiving Run Time Lapse

It’s been a while and we apologize for the lack of posts in the last few weeks.  Here is a small time lapse of some fun we had over the thanksgiving weekend in Ontario.   34 more words


George Eastman Museum Photo 5k

I go up, it was cold, I ran

That’s all there is to it. I ran. I wasn’t prepared and I wasn’t ready. However, I ran. 302 more words


Living history inside our national parks. From segregation to triumph.

I believe it was the spring of 2009 when I first saw images like the one above, Lewis Mountain in photos. I was researching African American history in our national parks when I came across them. 844 more words

National Parks

the road to 26.2

I am happy to report that my miles on Sunday were not nearly as lonely as the character’s in the video, nor were they as hilly- thankfully. 573 more words


Neglect on the Homefront

By Anika Chase

All aboard a train to the destination of no return. The steerage car, usually reserved for cattle were filled with men, woman and even children. 436 more words