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Noel Tendick:

I’m doing the same post on both blogs today. I’m raising $ for a New York City charity that could really use help right now.

Originally posted on Heaps of Nimbus:

**Edit: I feel like most of this post is what I was thinking about this event pre-Sandy. With our developing understanding of just how devastating this storm was, and continues to be, I feel like the tone and focus doesn’t quite work. After a day of contemplating not going at all, feeling abashed about the race’s demand on vital City resources, and reading a number of articles and reports from NY, I’ve decided to go still. I’ll help Citymeals deliver food on Saturday, I feel good about having helped raise lots of money for them, and I’ll hope that the marathon can be a symbol of New York’s resiliency and resolve. Please consider giving to Citymeals, not for me or a run, but for the folks in special need right now.

 

I love running. When I was a chubby little kid I didn’t love running, but in first grade…

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On the River Trail, Link

I’m doing a series over at my other blog on a day’s river kayak trip. You may want to cruise over and check out the photos. When the story’s done I’ll post the photo highlights back here.

http://heapsofnimbus.wordpress.com/2012/09/18/on-the-river-trail-part-i-of-iv/

Here’s the first photo to give you a taste of what’s in store!

 


Patterns of Sky

Ocean mirrors the sky, it is a way to find flight whether we have wings or not. We watch, we walk out, we ride a swell and find ourselves brushing cloud.