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Buckeye Logic Comes to Magic Haiti

This is the second of four articles I had published in conjunction with the third anniversary of the Haiti earthquake.  This article was published in the Cleveland Plain-Dealer on January 11, 2013. Since the 2010 Haiti earthquake I have made sixteen trips … Continue reading

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Pedaling Principles Chapter 12 – Ohio, The Infrastructure of Our Lives

I spent more time cycling in Ohio than in any other state.  Prior to this trip I had passed through Ohio many times; ten Interstates cross it borders so it is often on the way to somewhere else.  Yet I … Continue reading

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Buckeyes in Haiti

I often describe Haiti as magical, and I am not alone in that view.  Mysticism is strong here where ancient voudou merges the physical and the spirit world.  It also provides context for the daily trials of people with so … Continue reading

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