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LGN 129: Swimming For

I’m back, bishes. Bish noun Scientific appellation for a female dogfish shark. Portmanteau of the words fish and bitch. One of those is true. Ladies and gentlemen. Bishes of all ages. You know and I know that I don’t need anymore expensive hobbies. A few months ago someone asked if I was interested in scuba…

LGN 120 The Refollowing

Inside: Social media; Why we unfollow; The gun show; Life skills Confession. The other day I refollowed everyone that I’ve unfollowed on Facebook. I’ve unfollowed a lot of people. The sound of no one caring is the appropriate response to that. There were a bunch of people that I just plain forgot to re-follow after,…

LGN 118 – Exhale

Inside: Travel well, Hua Davis | Exhale fat | Articles re: mental toughness | The 40% rule | How to deal Hua Davis was more than a hiker. She was an ultra mega hiker and a pillar in the hiking and outdoor community in the Mid-Atlantic. I didn’t know Hua personally but I knew of her. She…

LGN 117 The Inside Story

Inside: Disjointed | Junglenest indoor campout Gross or awesome? Or both. Grawesome. Look inside my knee. The second pic (upper right) is the torn femur cartilage. I think bottom left is after the smoothing. enohammockjunglenestknee surgeryLGNrecoverysolopod

LGN 115: Recovery

I am very drowsy. First, I’d like to start off on a negative note. I don’t like Cigna. As I was laying on the gurney, IV dripping Xanax and antacid into my veins, the doctor stopped by briefly and said I owed him big time because they had just gotten off the phone from battling…

LGN 113: Outdoors While Black

TL;DR Outdoor Afro http://www.outdoorafro.com/ http://www.meetup.com/Outdoor-Afro-Washington-DC/ Goombay Adventures http://goombaydc.leagueapps.com/ http://www.meetup.com/Goombay/ PROLOGUE It seemed like everybody was on the phone a few weeks ago. Jamie and I covered some ground on a 48 mile bike ride. So many people were completely checked out of reality. Well, they were checked into another reality or pseudo-reality, I guess, but they…

LGN 112: Return of the Cramp

I haven’t had muscle cramps for over two years … until last weekend.  I’m training for the Seagull Century, a 100 mile bike ride starting at Salisbury University, going to Assateauge beach and back. I don’t remember why I wanted to do this and I’m kind of regretting it — endurance events aren’t really my…