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Ironman Lake Placid - the hanging out report by Caratunkgirl Posted Tue 27 Jul 2010 2:04pm I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I left Caratunk Friday after work.  I was heading out alone to a place where I really didn't know anyone, to check out something I was thinking about maybe trying to do one day.  I had to cross Lake Champlain to get to Lake Placid.  Once off the ferry, it didn't take me too long to figure out I was ge ... Read on »
If You Have to Smell it to See if it is Still Good ... (and a Race Report) by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Sun 06 Feb 2011 10:19am ... You should probably throw it out. Yep, I am talking food here people.  My wife, Annie, learned this lesson the hard way over the last 24 hours.  She found some eggs in the fridge and they were well past the re-stock date.  She, however, decided that after a closer inspection with her nose that they were, in fact, consumable.  This decisio ... Read on »
Showing off the kids again by Nurse Lochia .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 15 Mar 2009 4:28pm I'm pretty tired so instead of typing one of the many post I have floating around in my head, here are a few pics of the kiddos. We had a fun night playing with this tent and tunnel set I had bought for Jacob when he was 12 months old. The tent has circle openings on 2 sides and this cool tunnel will hook up to it or you can just play with th ... Read on »
Nine-Hour Race Report by Amblus Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Aug 2010 1:16pm Short Version: It was fun but anticlimactic. Long Version: I should start by explaining that mountain bike mile is not the same as a road bike mile, so when I tell you the laps were 6.2 miles long please don’t think that is necessarily an easy distance. See, the course where the race was held is famous for it’s gnarly roots. It’s a wooded, r ... Read on »
How To Vacation In Kauai For Cheap by Fran K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 Jun 2012 5:23pm This is an article that I felt needed to be written because it took me a few days and a lot of struggle in Kauai to learn how to be able to travel here for cheap and to have fun with it – with the consideration that I don’t know anybody here. So if you DO intend on coming to this magical healing island, then I’m going to give you a good outline ... Read on »
All-night Walk Under the Moonlight by LoveLifeSurf Posted Mon 22 Jul 2013 1:38am   Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Walk the Walk America. All thoughts and opinions are my own.  Saturday evening started off much like every other evening – dinner, bath and TV for the kids before winding them down for bedtime with a book or two. However, instead of changing into my pajamas and relaxing for the rest of the ... Read on »
Hanging Out or Hanging On?? by christine w. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 05 Jul 2009 9:18pm photo by: chris wucherer Read on »
MOCA Employee Art Show @ The Red Tent + Yoga Club by Peter A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:23am Something is def up @ Frank Gehry designed Edgemar on Main St. Stopped by the MOCA Store to discover it was on a massive CLOSING SALE; which is a sad day in the 'hood as it has always been a great resource for irreverent & rare product. Long time co-tenant HiLights is likewise up for lease. The courtyard behind both spaces @ Edgemar is st ... Read on »
Remembering Boston by pamruns Posted Thu 17 Apr 2014 8:53pm This post was started on April 15, 2014, but I stopped writing so that I could watch some TV coverage on the tributes and memorials in Boston. One year ago today-- I was supposed to be running in the 2013 Boston Marathon. I was a member of Team Hole in the Wall and I had raised over $7,500 for The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, while training ... Read on »
Hanging Knee Raise & Hanging Leg Raise by Logan F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:14pm Photo Sharing - Upload Video - Video Sharing - Share Photos [The video was shot outdoors. The background noise is the sound of wind blowing.] Muscles worked : Primarily abdominals and hip flexors; also elongates and decompresses the spine; strengthens your grip. Grip a horizontal bar that is high enough s ... Read on »