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Missed Connection – “Rock Creek Trail Exercise area near Beach and Shoreham”


photo by Ian Livingstone

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“Dear PoPville,

Was doing a bunch of strength exercises on Sunday (today!) around 3pm at the Rock Creek Trail Exercise area near Beach and Shoreham (the grassy area with the exercise stuff down the hill behind the Omni Shoreham) and there was a dreamy and fit dark haired guy doing the same (and an impressive amount of push-ups!).

He had a tattoo on the top corner of his back and black shorts on. I was the short, dark-haired gal wearing a Michigan t-shirt with a long ponytail. We made eye contact multiple times but I chickened out in saying hello, and then we walked in opposite directions.”

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