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Facial Fur for Health | Kyle Does Movember

Every November for the past, I don’t know, five years I have heard references to “Movember.” Until recently I presumed that is was nothing more than a justification for lazy grooming. I admit that I have haphazardly jumped on the bandwagon and grown an upper lip sweater without doing any research or having any clue why Movember came to be. Well this year I decided to change that, so I ventured to the Movember website to see what kind of programs…

Why I Bike | a post highlighting one man's experience in joining a healthy biking community.

Why I Bike

All images for this post courtesy of the Coeur d'Alene Bike Co. This might seem a little reminiscent of Andrea’s post “Why I Run”, but in case you haven’t noticed by now, what drives us respectively, differs greatly. But before I reveal my enthusiasm for the greatest mechanical invention in the last 200 years, I have to specify that this post is about road biking. There are many different ways to bike on many different styles of bikes, and my…

This Blog: We do it together

What is marriage? I think about this question a lot, probably more than Andrea knows, and likely not enough. The answer seems easy, right? Marriage is a union of two spouses, a legal arrangement and mutual faith that life should be spent together. But I often think about the parts of a marriage, the day to day reality. Ours is working, sometimes so hard that we come home cranky and have to drink a beer or a glass of wine…

Snowmobiling Lookout Pass via StuckinNorthIdaho.com

War Games: Nitehawk Airsoft and Paintball

Ever wonder what it’s like to play Airsoft warfare? For anyone who has played paintball before the idea is the same. But you’ve probably asked “How can you be sure you hit the other player?” For anyone who has never played either paintball or Airsoft you’re probably more interested in the level of pain involved. Well friends, I got a chance to explore both of those questions this past weekend when I was invited by my friend Greg to celebrate his dad, Bob’s, birthday which…