Friday, December 12, 2014

Cross-country On A Sidewalk

Photo courtesy Flickr user El Capitan
Living the pedestrian life in the middle of town hath many pleasures, but walking solely, so to speak, on hard, flat surfaces is not one of them. Varying the last of the shoe I wear during the week is a good way to approximate the unpredictable demands that covering irregular ground makes on my core strength and sense of balance.

A morning spent in the garden peels years off my perceived age. The harder it is to get up and moving, the more necessary it is to saddle up and allow this reliable body to perform as it was designed to do.


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