Blue State, Red Country

Blue State, Red Country So this is what it's like to wake up to a nightmare of our own making   I'm in a blue state of mind in a red country So this is what it's like when the bubble bursts in fear what were we thinking? I'm in a blue state of mind where the...

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Blogging from the garden

Testing out my new Kindle Fire tablet down here at the garden. So far so good. I really like the fact that I can take pictures with it instead of lugging around the big...

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Still Runnin’

Yep, I'm still running. In fact, I've run every day this year aside from 2 days to recover from an injury and 1 day when I just didn't have the chance to get out there. Not only that but I am on my 4th day of a new challenge. 5K a day. I ran my 4th one this afternoon...

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Vegan “Chicken” Noodle Soup

Soup season is getting off to a good start this year with a brand new recipe in our house. Keri and I have recently discovered the wonders of Jackfruit. This tropical fruit has the texture of chicken/pork when pan-fried or roasted and then shredded. It has a slightly...

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What to do with all that chard?

Chard, a relative of the beet plant, is ridiculously easy to grow here so we grow a lot of it. Kale is just as easy to grow but kale is cheap to buy by the pound at the store. Chard, on the other hand, is expensive. I have no idea why. I actually prefer chard over...

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Breakfast of Champions

Keri and I have a new routine. For the past month we have been getting up before the crack of dawn at 5:30ish. Up and dressed and out the door before 6. Keri heads off to yoga class and I go for my run. We do this Monday through Friday and then rest on the weekends....

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Pull My Daisy

https://vimeo.com/92403607 I have seen this before but this is the first time I have found a captioned version of the film. Sweet! Pull My Daisy is a film that stars most of the core Beat authors and is written/narrated by Kerouac.

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