“A pipeline owned by the same company behind Dakota Access leaked 55,000 gallons of gasoline into a major river, endangering the drinking water of six million people…” “A pipeline managed by Sunoco logistics burst Thursday night after heavy rainfall in Pennsylvania. The spill dumped 55,000 gallons of gasoline into Wallis Run, a tributary of the […]Read more "A Special Report on the Loyalsock Creek Pennsylvania Gasoline Spill"
Where did the road to the Nipmuck Trail Marathon begin? Well, I could say that it began in a tiny town called Jackman, Maine about 23 years ago when I decided to follow dad’s example and run a couple of miles on a local road. But there’s no need to go that far back really. […]Read more "Nipmuck Trail Marathon"
While I do try to appreciate all the seasons of the year, I think October is the best. For the few of us cold-lovers out there, it’s a colorful harbinger of the ice and snow to come. Salmon begin running up Great Lakes tributaries, geese fly south, small mammals rush to fill dens with nuts […]Read more "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year"
As I wrote last time, September was a good month. I ran well and attended the annual benefit dinner of the Heartland Institute in Chicago. But I went on, toward the end of the month, to get away to New England for 9 days with Susan. We usually like to go a little later in […]Read more "September’s Been Good 2"
I’ve been busy living the dream over the last month, I guess. This is the glamorous life of a successful author – traveling for book events, writing further pieces and building toward more big things and grander schemes. But, of course, mine are successes of scale and life remains anything but glamorous overall (I’d worry […]Read more "September’s Been Good"