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Jumping into 2011…Literally!!

I’m going to make 2011 an EXCITING year!!  What better way to start it off then by jumping off a 35 foot cliff in Jamaica on 1/1/11. It wasn’t the first time I jumped off the famous platform at Rick’s Café in Negril and I am sure it won’t be my last. No matter how many times I jump (physically & ...
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January 22, 2011: Yoga Workshop taught by Payge McMahon

On Satuday, January 22, 2011 from 2-4pm Payge McMahon will be teaching an EXCITING workshop called ‘Yoga for the Inner-Athlete’ at Yoga Country in Brentwood, TN. The workshop is $25 and you can reserve your spot at: www.yogacountry.com Designed to bring out and cultivate your inner athlete. 2011 is your year! Embrace the power of yoga and how it can positively enhance your everyday life. This ...
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Self Reliance Illustrated features ‘Ask Payge’- Outdoor Advice Column

Get Self Reliance Illustrated!!! The new outdoor magazine created by Dave Canterbury from Dual Survivor and BHK. Each issue will feature ‘ASK PAYGE’, my fun advice column on backpacking, gear, and all things wilderness:-) Get your subscription today: www.selfrelianceillustrated.com Check it out folks!!
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Learjet, Cryosurgery & Payge McMahon = Go Steelers!

Once in awhile I get spoiled! I joined Cryosurgery and Learjets for a quick round trip flight up to Cincinnati for Monday Night Football: Bengals vs. Steelers. Being a country girl from Pennsylvania, of course I was cheering for the Steelers (BTW- they won;-) I enjoyed the stadium suite, meeting new folks and getting a special preview ride in the ...
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‘Nashville on the Move’ Campaign with Mayor Karl Dean & Adventure Athelte Payge McMahon

November 6, 2010: It was another beautiful, crisp, sunny day as we continued the ‘Nashville on the Move’ campaign encouraging folks to get outside and be active.  Scores of locals came out and joined us for the official re-opening of the Richland Creek Greenway Trail, closed since the May flood.  We took a two mile stroll along the fields and tree lined trail.  It ...
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