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IRONMAN 70.3 WC – THE SPORT OF SPECTATING – SECOND UPDATE

Okay guys, here’s the latest and what I’m doing tomorrow.  You can, of course, choose your own spectating plan, but this is one possibility.  Some others were laid out in The Sport of Spectating and the first Update.  I will be staying around the same area the whole time and not even venturing in town – to see my athlete anyway – until the finish….

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IRONMAN 70.3 WC – THE SPORT OF SPECTATING – UPDATE

Hi everyone.  I’ve been scoping out the course for Ironman 70.3 WC and speaking to people in the know, so have some updates.  I will be attending a luncheon where I will get ALL the latest scoop, so please check back this afternoon for the latest and greatest.  Raining here as I write this – BOO – poured last night during the banquet (check Facebook…

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Single, 20-Something, And Tri-Ing – A Social Life

Lindsay’s back with the fourth installment in her series, Single, 20-Something, and Tri-ing.  She’s already kept you informed AND entertained with her takes on Dating, Roommates, and Budgets – Part 1 and Part 2 .  Now, she’s sharing with you what it’s like to be a triathlete at her age, while trying to maintain some sort of a social life.  Enjoy as she takes you behind…

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EASIEST SCONES EVER – ON THE MENU

Sometimes recipes can be “oh, so easy” and way delicious!  These Easiest Scones Ever are my “go to” recipe for an after school snack, when friends show up, to serve with afternoon tea – no clotted cream for me –  or just to have around the house on weekends.  I use organic ingredients, but that’s my choice. I usually put strawberries on top or whatever…

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Baked fennel, cabbage, potatoes, and cod
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BAKED COD WITH FRAGRANT VEGETABLES – ON THE MENU

When it comes to comfort food and real food, my mom takes the prize hands down.  Not only is she a great cook because she’s my mom, but she just also happens to be a professional chef.   This recipe for baked cod with fragrant vegetables, made with fennel, onions, cabbage, and potatoes, is one of my twins’ favorites.  They always ask for it when…

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