Folks all around know about many of the ‘things to do in Bladen’ … golfing, skiing, fishing, tons of fun at White Lake and more, but are you aware of Brown’s Creek Bike Park and Nature Trail? … It’s in the Elizabethtown city limits across the street from the entrance to Cape Fear River fishing and boating site on East Broad Street, headed toward the airport. This weekend, it attracted a goodly number of folks who look forward to action at the park annually. I am not an expert at anything, but can guide you to the site where you can learn about a sport for all ages … Google Cape Fear SORBA, with headquarters in Wilmington … Another good reason to visit Bladen … A busy place this past weekend…
Much more interesting this past weekend than watching the Carolina Panthers … Oops, sorry.
Did you check out the fun and food at the Pork & Beats Festival in Elizabethtown this past weekend?…
Joey Logano captured his second NASCAR championship…
Tomorrow is election day in the good old USA…
And, how about $1.9 billion Powerball drawing tonight … That’s the number being tossed about … Purchase your tickets and if your ticket is drawn, Uncle Sam is a bigger winner than you are … I know, the winner will be happy … collects an estimated $929 million, but over half of the winnings will be awarded to Uncle Sam who spent $0 dollars … Oh, yes, if I were to win, I would not quibble … Still not right. At my age few chances to become a multimillionaire … all the others slipped away.
Sunny today with a high near 84. Mostly clear tonight, low around 56 and windy. Tuesday, fall like weather … High near 70 with wind gusts as high as 18 mph.
I’m better, I think … Thanks for asking.
“In running, it doesn’t matter whether you come in first, in the middle of the pack or dead last. You can say, ‘I have finished.’ There is a lot of satisfaction in that.” Fred Lebow
“Run when you can, walk if you have to, crawl if you must, just never, ever give up.” Dean Karnazes
“I don’t run to add days to my life, I run to add life to my days.” Ronald Rook, retired US Marine
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