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Six Tips for Retirement Skiing

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018   11:37 am |  Category:   Health, Hobbies/Sports  |  2 Comments  
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I didn’t truly fall in love with skiing until I was … 60! This wasn’t because of a late start. I started in rope tow, lace-up boot days, when a family pass at Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood was $6.50 (eight people in my family. Thank you, Timberline.) My skills, however, plateaued at about 17. …more

Breaking up (with your car) is hard to do

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017   3:07 pm |  Category:   Health, Life  |  2 Comments  
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My bicycle rested on my hip, one wheel spinning. The front tire had slid sideways against the lip of a driveway, and boom. My knees and hands hit, then my helmet, with a crack that left my ears ringing.   Cars passed by in a steady parade. A few eased over the center line to …more

Volunteer in Jail

Saturday, October 11th, 2014   7:25 pm |  Category:   Jobs/Volunteer  |  5 Comments  
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The walls are concrete. So are the floors. The halls echo. At noon, the aroma of spaghetti and boiled green beans floats in with a rolling cart.   When our children headed off to start their own lives, I was left pretty kid-hungry. One day, the paper featured a woman in her late seventies who …more

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