Forced to quit running 14 years ago, Bob Feenick, 53, of Lexington took up in-line skating. He's a regular — and often only — skater on the Legacy Trail.
Forced to quit running 14 years ago, Bob Feenick, 53, of Lexington took up in-line skating. He's a regular — and often only — skater on the Legacy Trail. Herald-Leader
Forced to quit running 14 years ago, Bob Feenick, 53, of Lexington took up in-line skating. He's a regular — and often only — skater on the Legacy Trail. Herald-Leader

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September 17, 2012 11:13 AM

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