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CONTENTS
COVER STORY
FITNESS NOTEBOOK
PLANT LIFE
TASTE
ON FITNESS
NORTHWEST LIVING
NOW & THEN
SUNDAY PUNCH
LETTERS
PREVIOUS ISSUES OF PACIFIC NW


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COVER STORY


It's the hardest thing in the world: Making the leap to stay fit

WRITTEN BY JULIA SOMMERFELD
PHOTOGRAPHED BY JOHN LOK

ON THE COVER: Cal Campbell, 56, doesn't do anything halfway; he dives in headfirst, even when it's Portage Bay and the water is 59 degrees. A few months ago, he started working out every day, and once he saw results — on the scale and in his own endurance — he was hooked.

NOTEBOOK
Fitness Notebook
New fitness gadgets, books and more.



TASTE
Fit To Eat
Health-club fare that gets you there while setting a gourmet tone.


NORTHWEST LIVING
Ours, At Last
Unity arrives in a stylish blend of Craftsman and Asian.


NOW & THEN
The Hideous Remains
PLANT LIFE
Endless Gardening
Why do we continue working into the twilight? Solace.


ON FITNESS
Reality Check
Good habits pave the road to fitness.


SUNDAY PUNCH
Child's Play
When the caveman's computer needs a fix, help is here.


LETTERS
Letters to the editor


PREVIOUS ISSUES
May 30, 2004
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Ken Kesey Remembered
May 23, 2004
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Spring Home Design: Built with soul equity
May 16, 2004
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Mudhens: It's all for one in the scrum

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