Rambling Roads: On An August Day

By George A. Hancockrunnergah@comcast.net Sunday begins our August run. 31 days devoted to sweaty hot and humid fun. Summer’s last hurrah generally never leaves on a gentle note. Our August “dog days” bake our macadam roadways. Some days, runners and… Read More ›

August 2021

Poetry by George A. Hancock August View August’s view is a dimmer sideFor our morning running rideCloudy days equal a dark runSince we lack the dawn sun. Quiet greets this running guyIt’s dark so birds never flyBigger critters move aboutPerhaps… Read More ›

Rambling Roads: Alan Sillitoe

By George A. Hancockrunnergah@comcast.net OK, who the heck is Allan Sillitoe? And, why does he earn a mention in this running column? These are both good questions. Hopefully, this column provide some answers. We live in a highly visual 24/7… Read More ›