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Burning Man: It Was Better THIS Year

It would not be fair to expect Burning Man to provide me with the same emotional impact as it did last year, my first year. ...
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The English Summer Part 2: the South

This is London! (As viewed from inside the Tate Modern.) __________ The £4 ($7.50!) London Underground ride to go two stops. The temperature on the London Underground. You’d think that...
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The English Summer Part 1: the North

The family walk on the Westwood: cow company welcome The frustrating run on the Westwood: post-Escarpment runners knee unwelcome The poring over family scrapbooks The truth about my uncle The...
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Too Stupid To Know Better

As a writer, I’m allowed to embellish: it’s called poetic license. I do occasionally exercise these rites while penning my posts. But as regards my last missive, about this year’s...
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The Things We Do For Love (Like Running in the Rain)…

Of all the crazy things I’ve done in life – and there have been a few – participating in yesterday’s Escarpment Trail Run has to rank among the craziest. When,...
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The July 4 Hitlist

Dick Vincent’s River Band, and Brooklyn jazz guitarist Rick Stone at the Catskill Mountain Lodge in Palenville, July 4. The Lodge’s new owner (see here playing sax) hosts jazz every...
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The iJamming! Weekly Download: The Tripwire Podcast 037

The other day I went out on a long mountain run, training for the Escarpment Trail race. At the beginning, I loaded up the latest Tripwire podcast. Almost two hours...
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Running High

Writing is fun — at least mostly. I write for four hours every day. After that I go running. I wish I could say the above lifestyle is mine. But...
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