Tag Archives: physical fitness

The Fixer 01

(This is part 2 of the same story that started with “The Sniper.”) Just a few more seconds and Ned would have it. You wouldn’t likely have noticed him, sitting in a chair with his ticket curled out from between … Continue reading

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Prayer Requests

The first item is conceivably frivolous, but I’m asking anyway: My thirst for adventure is powerful. Now, I have no place to store a boat of any size, but I am really longing for a way to row around on … Continue reading

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Stop the Secularizing

By now you may have caught a whiff of something my recent posts have been reaching for: We live a life of worship. In that sense, life is ritual. Our human existence on this earth is rightly shaped by an … Continue reading

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Latest Fitness Efforts

These are shots I took on Friday’s ride up north. The first one is the old tire store that burned down awhile back. Somebody finally cleared off the site; I have no idea whether anyone will build there again. It’s … Continue reading

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VA Trip: Adventure

The unseasonably warm weather encouraged me to ride my bike to the VA this morning. When I left home at around 6:30 it was about 45°F (7C) and felt even warmer. The only thing I did differently was add a … Continue reading

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Fitness Test: Giant Loop

My pictures didn’t turn out at all, so you’ll just have to use your imagination. Tomorrow is my annual checkup at the VA. I wasn’t too worried about the doctor yapping at me about much of anything. Still, but I … Continue reading

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Cycling: Test Ride

It’s re-tired now. I received the second tire last night and left them both to stand slack overnight. Foldable tires, when stretched out normal, will tend to hold the beads fully expanded outward. Unfortunately they didn’t relax much, which made … Continue reading

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