A Race For Redemption

“You have to wonder at times what you’re doing out there. Over the years, I’ve given myself a thousand reasons to keep running, but it always comes back to where it started. It comes down to self-satisfaction and a sense of achievement.” — Steve Prefontaine There’s as many reasons to run as the 12,000 people…
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The Wind And Road Ahead

“And I’m also saying that win, lose, or draw, just being involved in such an undertaking was itself ennobling. It was an uplifting enterprise that we all intuitively understood to be such, and I know know that almost incidentally the spiritual force of our effort created a slipstream that drew all else in our lives…
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Cow Pies And Horse Trails

The pre-spring trail, painted with muted earth tones, stretches like a canvas over the prairie landscape. A March breeze carries a penetrating chill across the Sheyenne National Grassland, where still bare trees and the rolling hills offer little buffer in the just-above-freezing air. Here, runners are gathered, to embrace one of North Dakota’s hidden natural gems, just…
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