Monthly Archives: March 2011

Walkable San Francisco

Lombard Street. From my experience last week, San Francisco is a very walkable city. Even if you are not interested in walking the entire city, the availability of trolleys, buses, BART and even tuk tuks give affordable transportation to interesting … Continue reading

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At Starbucks Too Long

I think I have officially been at Starbucks WAY TOO LONG! My chai tea latte is ice cold. Not one person here now was here when I arrived. The staff rolled the city trash bins through the restaurant and out … Continue reading

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12K Across the Golden Gate Bridge was Fun

Walking toward the Golden Gate Bridge about a mile into the race. The hill from down here up to the bridge was grueling! Though it was cloudy when we left the hotel for the Emerald Across the Bay 12K Race … Continue reading

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Good Message at the Right Time

Sometimes when I walk alone, I get discouraged. When I’m out and I’m not able to walk as hard as I want, or I feel more tired than expected. Yesterday, was one of those days. Luckily I had walked straight … Continue reading

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Being in the Wrong Place

 One of the bridges crossing Alum Creek. It was about 7:29 this morning when I realized I was in the wrong place. I was at Alum Creek Park Trail in Westerville and my friends were all somewhere else — … Continue reading

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How Much Seaweed?

Trader Joe’s roasted seaweed. I admit it, I’m becoming a little obsessed about seaweed. I bought several different kinds and I keep trying to find more information about how to use it to effectively to reduce fat absorption. Last night, … Continue reading

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Walking in Sunshine, Oh Yeah

It was beautiful in Ohio today! The sun was bright and the temps were in the mid-40s with almost no breeze. I couldn’t wait to get home to walk. My original plan was to head to Antrim Park and do … Continue reading

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