I don't run for exercise. I don't run to escape or "run from" or to win races or impress coworkers. I don't run to brag, to overcome some need to achieve or to somehow pat my ego.
I run because I love the outdoors. I love the beauty through which I run. My feet take me to places to which I would never otherwise go.
Here's an example.
Our run to Selah the day after Thanksgiving.
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