Tag Archives: x-c skiing

White Space

On March 8th, I participated in the Bretton Woods nordic half marathon. As I wrote in My Visual Cue , it was my first Nordic race in 29 years, and I set out to enjoy the experience, not to compete. … Continue reading

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My Visual Cue

A week ago, just after I signed up for the Bretton Woods Nordic Half Marathon, I came down with the stomach flu. I’m almost mended, and the plan is to head to N.H. tomorrow for packet pick up, touring the … Continue reading

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Head to Toe Happy

On February 9th, I attended the NENSA Annual New England Women’s X-C Ski Day at the Bethel Inn and Nordic Center  in Maine. If you’ve been reading this blog since the beginning, you know that my re-discovery of cross-country skiing … Continue reading

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Good Form

Though the ski season isn’t quite over, and I’ve had some great adventures in New Hampshire and Canada over the past few weeks, I’m looking forward to more focused running in the coming months. With a year and a half … Continue reading

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Very Good, but Old Fashioned

Last weekend I traveled to Bretton Woods, NH for NENSA’s 12th Annual NE Women’s XC Day. I learned about the event from my mother’s first cousin, Sally Howe, an avid athlete in her 60s who volunteers as one of the … Continue reading

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Ripples

Ripples It’s a new year, and as I look back at the first eleven entries of my blog, it occurs to me that each post has rippled wonderfully into new adventures, side conversations, and tidbits of knowledge that have been … Continue reading

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