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Running in the Dark // Part 2 // Gear and Lighting

Planning to begin running in the dark takes more than just a mental adjustment - it's going to necessitate a few safety accessories as well. The most important items for your safety are reflective gear, and the most important tool for your ability to run pre-dawn or post-sunset is lights ...
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Running in the Dark // Part 1 // Strategy and Transitioning

When your schedule demands, or the time change makes a daylight run nearly impossible; running the dark actually is a worthwhile solution. There are some important strategies to transitioning from natural light runs to moonlit ones, as well as some worthwhile gear to keep it safe whether you choose to ...
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Eliminating Plastic in the Kitchen // Surprise Holdouts

After a thorough go-through of our bathroom, I thought I had eliminated most of the plastic in our home. What a surprise when I realized that we still had one holdout - the kitchen. I realized that many of the items I use daily were still plastic! Somehow, the very ...
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St. Johns River // Bartram Frolic // Riverboat Tour in Palatka, Florida

Every September, the Putnam County Bartram Trail in Putnam County, Florida hosts their annual Bartram Frolic commemorating William Bartram's travels on the St. Johns River in 1774. This year's frolic was the 245th anniversary of William Bartram's travels through Palatka. I serve as the riverboat captain, commanding a 45 foot ...
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Plastic Straw Bans // People With Disabilities // Being Flexible

A recent debate with a family member prompted some research on plastic straw bans and people with disabilities - we needed to know if the bans are unfair or if straws are just the "fall guy" as a starting point for conservation. People With Disabilities Need Them for Medical Reasons ...
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