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Summer Fun With A ‘Slip’N Slide’ Falls Compilation!

Now that it is officially summer, time to pull out the hose, sprinklers and water toys to let the falls begin! Temperatures are warming up while the slips and falls begin with this compilation of "Slip 'N Slide' falls that will cool you right down, courtesy of the folks at HuffPost.

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Flushing Evening 5k Helps Kick Off Flushing Summer Festival

It's going to be a hot one tomorrow night in Flushing as the Flushing Evening 5k run & walk begins a host of activities for the Flushing Summer Festival. The 5k race starts at Flushing High School on Deland Road at 6:15 and finishes downtown just in time for the big parade.

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Shelia Allen (Mrs. Stu) Runs 22 Hours Before Elements at Mohican 100 Get the Best of Her

This was my wife's second attempt at running 100 miles. Last year, she and Jeff Lewis of Otisville, and Peter Healey of Fenton made it to the 60 mile mark of this challenging trail race in central Ohio. Shelia would surpass that distance this time.

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Get Muddy! Save Money! Here’s How to Save $20 on Mud Factor

Cars 108 is proud to be a part of Mud Factor, a national obstacle mud running series coming to Millington's Baja Acres on June 30th. Join us for the Cars 108 wave which takes off at 10am and we can save you $20 on your entry fee.

 

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Shelia Allen at starting line of Mohican 100, 2011
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Shelia Allen (Mrs. Stu) Attempts Mohican Trail 100 Mile Run This Weekend

My wife has been training for this race since last year. Last year, she decided late in the game to attempt to run the Mohican Trail 100 mile race. She only made 60 miles in that attempt. When you can put "only" and "60 miles" in the same sentence, you either have lofty goals or insanity runs in your family.

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Stu’s Backyard Salad Bar is Open!

Whenever I want a tasty, healthy salad, all I have to do is head for my backyard salad bar. My wife and I planted several different types of lettuce and spinach in containers this year. This makes it a little easier to manage and keep track of what is growing.

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National Running Day is Tomorrow. How Far Will You Go?

As most of you already know, I'm a runner. It wasn't always that way. I started in my late 30's to lose the jelly roll that was forming around my midsection. My first running adventures were not pretty. Old people, pregnant women pushing strollers, and toddlers would routinely leave me in their dust at local 5k runs.

 

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Dramatic Photo Proves That Sun Damages Skin As We Drive

Stop and think about this for a minute. Do you drive with your arm dangling out of a car window? Maybe you have a sun roof. Do you wear  sunscreen when you drive? You will when you see this very dramatic photo! See it after the jump.

 

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How I Celebrated National Trails Day

National Trail Day was yesterday, and I was out there with my wife Shelia and friend Jeff putting in some miles. Yesterday, we slipped through the mud in the Hogbacks, which is part of the Genesee County Parks system.

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Your Spring Planting Can Help The Salvation Army

 

 

Wojo's is partnering with the Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary to help provide support for social service programs. Here's how you can make a difference when your ready for spring planting:

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June is Great Outdoors Month

The month of June means that school will soon be out, warm and pleasant weather and time for family vacations. June is also "Great Outdoors Month" established by Presidential proclamation. Living in Michigan, we are surrounded by forest, lakes and rivers. When was the last time you got out and enjoyed them?

 

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Stray Dog Follows Cyclists For 1,110 Miles [VIDEO]

A group of college students in China went on a cross-country bike ride after graduation. While riding through a small town they came upon a small stray dog. They fed the dog and the dog followed them for the rest of the cross-country journey.

All 1,110 miles of it. Up and down four-mountains for 20 days the dog followed. At the end one of the cyclists adopted the dog.

His new name is Xiao Sa. Ii's pronounced She-Oh-Sa. I would guess that means dog that follows. Meet Xiao Sa.

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