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Birthday Hero Reflections

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It was my birthday this weekend. Birthdays are always a time for reflection. On this trip I’m surprised that the people that we ask, “Who’s Your Hero?” don’t have an immediate answer. I don’t know if it’s that they don’t have the one person or that they haven’t thought about […]

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Redwood Skirts

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“Look at that frickin’ jackass. HA HA” Not exactly the reaction that I was hoping for. I have some strange reactions when I’ve been riding in my handcycle. Last fall in New York I had two kids, one in Central Park and another in Brooklyn, point and laugh hysterically at […]

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Giving Up, Giving Over and Still Giving It

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I gave up yesterday, which I consider to be a very good thing. The first mile out of Gold Beach was rolling and I was in the big chain ring for a good portion remembering how I’d finished with good speed the day before gaining almost a half a mile […]

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Battle Rock

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We finally reached what I remember to be the Oregon Coast when I rounded a bend on 101 at Battle Rock Beach. Cliffs plummeted down to the Pacific. Black stacks looked like ships in the sparkling blue water as the rains had subsided finally and the sun lit the rocks […]

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A Few Hills and a Little Wind

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Existential Realization: There will be hills and there will be headwinds. I know what you’re saying, “It’s not what happens to you. It’s what you do with what happens to you,” and you’re right, but I’m worried. Today, I had at least three climbs of a mile or more and […]

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Questions

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Okay, so I started writing a blog last night, but just couldn’t finish. I was wasted, totally and utterly wasted. My arms seemed to go numb right around the time that I reached the sign that said Elevation 769 (assume pretty much from sea level). After big climbs and big […]

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Lierman pronounced Liar Man

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I love training early in the morning. Town is just waking up. Very few cars are on the road, especially on a Sunday like today. In the spirit of total honesty, I do have to admit to a feeling of slight superiority over those people still asleep in their beds, […]

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Story for my fifth grade teacher

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Isn’t it funny the things that stick with us all these years later? When I was in fifth grade my reading teacher told my parents, “If he doesn’t stop reading sports books he’ll never amount to anything.” I wasn’t there for the meeting, but I’ve heard the story numerous times […]

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The Wind Punched Me in the Nose

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I couldn’t help but think of Churchill’s quote over and over yesterday. “If you’re going through hell, keep going.” Obviously, I wasn’t going through hell, it was a full frontal sunny day in the Northwest, where light usually peaks around banks of dense, black rimmed clouds to spotlight a bank […]

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Heroes, Hills and Golf

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So we’ve made some progress, though there have continued to be some wrong turns along the way. Even if they add miles I guess I have to look at them as unexpected gifts like the beautiful road with a shoulder equal to the lane that I finished on today. Yesterday, […]

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