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Rosh Hashanah: A New Year to Pedal My Thoughts and Wishes

As many of us are about to ring in a new year, I wanted to reach out. First, I want to wish you a Shana Tovah (a Happy New Year) – a year of health, fruitfulness and affection. And second, … Continue reading

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Rail Trail Blues Along the Greenbrier River in West Virginia

Whenever I ride my bicycle on a rail trail, I am reminded of what used to be and of how much has changed.  That’s because of the nature of rail trails, railroad line right-of-ways that have been converted to walking … Continue reading

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Exploring Colombia, Part One: Bogota and Surroundings

I just got back from Colombia, safe and sound.  I say this right off the bat because the first thought that many North Americans – even you, maybe? – have is that Colombia is not safe.  That may have been … Continue reading

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The Ghost Town Trail: Where Nature and History Collide

It was mid-September – too early for Halloween ghosts to be lurking – when Eileen and I went biking on the Ghost Town Rail Trail in southwestern Pennsylvania.  So, we had few trepidations about whom we might run into, nor … Continue reading

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