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Just sitting… enjoying the view

Big Bear

“Well now class, what did we learn over summer vacation?” asked nearly every teacher in America. How many times have we heard a variation of that question? It’s a rite of passage from seasonal leisure to those back-to-school, nose-to-the-grindstone cycles ...

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Footloose summers a thing of the past | Mark Larson

We interrupt this issue for an important update from the hammock. Summer’s here and with all the busy schedules of the season, it’s important to recharge personal batteries with occasional relaxation—but with a purpose. Full disclosure: I’m not really in ...

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Snooze, interrupted | Mark Larson

Mower

“There is no rest for the weary.” That’s a longtime truth that I am frequently reminded of these days. Here’s a related line: “The hurrieder I go, the behind-er I get.” Why are we more tired? Or shall I ask, ...

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