|Go Where the Rain Is Dry:
Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing Are Top Winter Sports
By Alan Leonard
Go where the rain is a bit drier. Cross-country
skiing and snowshoeing are great ways to stay in shape.
Holiday Gifts for Walkers
By Susan Rich
Walk About has gift ideas to keep you motivated.
Surviving the Holidays, One Bite at a Time
By Kate Fischer
Tips to savor the holidays without sacrificing your health and fitness.
The 5th Annual 97.3 KBSG Toys for Tots Trot takes place November 19, 2006, starting at the Seattle Center.
The 16th Annual Jingle Bell Run and Walk for Arthritis is a magical winter race event in Bend, OR.
You’re invited to run or walk in the city’s most festive holiday event, The Red-Nosed Rundeer in Portland, OR.
Last in a Series
Strengthen Your Feet and Ankles to
Improve Walking Safety and Performance
By Ray McClanahan
Walking on softer surfaces in more flexible footwear may be the answer.
How to Walk the Talk in the Crosswalk
By Cathy Crandall
Finding a peaceful coexistence between pedestrians and drivers.
Guts to Glory
Asthmatic Walker Completes Portland Marathon
By Sheree G. Kirby
Rather than becoming a couch potato with asthma, Steve Gaudet now trains for long distance walks and completed his first marathon in Portland, OR.
Klickitat Mineral Springs History
By Barbara Robinson
Klicktat springs history, plus information on hiking along the Klickitat Trail.
Your Walking Buddy
Brrrr! The Mercury Is Falling: Tips to Winterize Your Pets
By Julie Cantonwine
Keeping your pet warm and safe is crucial during the cold months.
Walking Through Our Grief
By Linda Ross Swanson
Getting out-of-doors is healing. Walking helps in times of grief.
The Jewel of Winter, the Jewel of Persia
By Uncle Paul
One of the oldest fruits known to mankind.
Make Fitness a Priority During the Holidays
By Sue Parks
This time of year can be the most sedentary. Parks offers tips to keep active and find time to exercise.