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Path and Way

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Today we answer a question from Taro. Taro writes: Question: How are "way" and "path" different? Could you explain these more to me? – Taro. Answer: Dear Taro, Thank you for writing to us. Both words have more than one meaning. After we consider the meaning of each one, we will look at what the two words have in common. I hope it helps! Way The word “way” can mean how someone behaves, appears or feels. Here is an example of how to use it in a sentence: She just wants to do it her way, and not her mother’s...

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Breckenridge Bike Guide: Aspen Alley

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Fast facts Distance: 1.3 miles one way Rating: Moderate/advanced Time: 15 minutes Elevation: 9,876-10,376 feet (509 vertical feet) Type: singletrack, descent Season: mid-June to September Extensions: Boreas Pass Road Parking: Park at the Stephen C. West Ice Arena lot and hop on the free Boreas Pass loop bus. Ride the route for about 15 minutes until the bus reaches the Bluffs Condos stop. Pedal up Boreas Pass Road for about 1 mile to the trailhead. The trail ends at a small dirt lot about 0.25 miles east of the ice arena. Though short and sweet, this trail is one of...

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Video: DOES YOUR DOCTOR SHRED LIKE THIS?

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TANNUS AMERICA DOES YOUR DOCTOR SHRED LIKE THIS? ‘DOWNHILL’ BRILL FREERIDES AND TALKS MTB INJURIES Jason Brill is a successful downhill racer and freerider, who happens to work as a doctor while he’s not riding. In 2019 and 2020, Dr. Brill took to various zones around the west to find new lines and get deep into the gnar. Newly-licensed in Sports Medicine, Dr. “Downhill” Brill works in a practice outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. We did a Q&A with him to see what it’s like being a doctor in a mountain bike hub. WHAT KINDS OF PATIENTS DO YOU...

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What is your family navigating this fall—remote learning, hybrid school schedules, working from home, or a return to your workplace? If ADHD is also in the mix, you’ll need to create structure to handle all the competing demands.

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  by Carey A. Heller, PsyD   We’ve now entered the fall of the COVID-19 pandemic, following a spring and summer of lockdowns and social distancing. Depending on where you live and where your child goes to school, you are likely navigating remote learning or a hybrid approach (such as two days in-person; three days online). At the same time, you may be balancing a job where you are working from home, at an office, or employing a hybrid approach. For many people, there are several differences between the situation this fall and what the spring was like. In the...

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#MyNonprofits - Second Harvest Food Bank of Silicon Valley

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  Armadillo Willy's in San Jose, a few months into the pandemic (they lost the 'Clerks' reference a while ago) If you're healthy, employed, and traveled less than you wanted this summer, please make a donation to a nonprofit organization(s) that matters to you and share the donation link on social media with the hashtag #MyNonprofits - encouraging others to do the same. I hope you take part - thank you.Tonight's edition of #MyNonprofits starts with me giving a h/t to my sister in New York: she mailed me a care package randomly.I was not expecting this. It is a...

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