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Walk this way or that way…..

Let’s Go Smart Blog Walk this way or that way….. Two weeks ago I was exposed to a brief view of the Ozarks landscape from thousands of years ago when some pretty weird charters roamed the hillsides.  Sort of a “lions, tigers, and bears oh my” experience. These beasts were larger than anything we would […]

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The Air We Breathe

Ozark Greenways –Let’s Go Smart –August 7-14 Blog The Air We Breathe In the past week I have traveled by car, airplane, train, bicycle, taxi, bus, subway and on foot. I passed on an opportunity to move by horse, I am not real fond of the way they handle curves. With my eyes set on […]

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A look at a sidewalk

Carl Glasemeyer, one of our STAR Team committee members relayed to us a walking experience he and his wife have started practicing.  Below are some of their observations from a walk last week.   The realm of the sidewalk is a vastly separate world from the street. Walking allows for a closer look, a second […]

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Greenways Connect Us to Each Other

By Kurt Larson, Ozark Greenways member Much has been written about the health benefits of getting outside and exercising, but very little has been written about how using the trails can dramatically improve your social life. In my experience, a commitment to regular use of our greenways can produce long-lasting friendships, and could lead you to […]

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