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The tomatoes are coming, the tomatoes are coming! It feels like we are halfway through summer, with Fourth of July past and gone. However, we are just starting to reap the garden bounty that awaits us. This recipe combines many … Continue reading
Matt, being the brave guy that he is, threw himself – and his awesome bike – between me and the bear – which scared the bear so much he turned in terror and ran away. Unfortunately in the process, Matt’s entire derailleur came off his bike and we had to hoof it back to the car.
In this week’s Foot Power column, M.C. Besecker writes about the various hats he’s worn when it comes to the Bob Potts Marathon, which is scheduled for Sunday on the York County Heritage Rail Trail. This time, he’ll experience it as a father and a fan.
From this week’s Foot Power column by M.C. Besecker: The fifth annual Bob Potts Marathon, which has a special distinction as York County’s only 26.2-mile race, is scheduled for May 26. This week’s Foot Power column is not intended to … Continue reading
Kate Penn started running more than two years ago when she quit smoking. Now, she’s training for her third marathon.
Wise advise from Lauren Boyer: “Pack lunch and find healthy substitutes for your favorite, not-so-healthy comfort foods … and don’t keep chocolate in the house.”