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Choosing a Walking or Running Route

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Great suggestions....thanks!! Report
Great suggestions................Thank You. Report
I have often wanted to drown my troubles, but I can't get my wife to go swimming. ~Rodney Dangerfield Report
Good tips Report
Nice suggestions. Report
Good tips. Report
I have a lakeside road close by and like to run this route, get the added bonus of a view. Report
Great article. Report
There is a church close to me and located by a lake with a mammoth parking lot. I use this to walk/run and to meditate at the same time, three days a week. Report
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Only thing I would add is: if you are taking a dog (or two), make sure the route is dog friendly, bring clean up bags, scout out garbage cans along the way and bring a bowl (our dog had a collapsible silicone bowl that hooks to the leash. Practice the dog with leash training and leave aggressive dogs at home. As summer comes make sure the paved trails are not too hot on their paws.

Great article especially with the reminder about safety. Report
Safety should be the number 1 priority in this day and age. Report
Good article great information . Report
I live in a rural area. I go walking with my daughter and my dog, but it is a pain having to deal with ticks. I hate the little buggers. My husband got really sick, and I can't help to wonder if one of these little buggers was the cause.

When we don't feel like dealing with the ticks, we just head out to the schools track. Not as scenic, but it is worth not having to deal with ticks. At least with winter coming up, we can use the scenic route again. Report

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