sloetoe at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 2 07:23:32 CDT 2007
Yeah! (What Jim said.)
And too, what fiddlehead said:
"I think it's a grand goal, but i do believe you will
have to do a lot of research and count on getting lost
quite a bit. Possibly you'll have people along who
know the trail and will take you their favorite way.
It's a great trail. I know that you will get some
flack from folks who don't like doing it fast. I also
know that you will catch more sunsets and sunrises
then they will and see more wildlife because you will
there when the wildlife is busy. fiddlehead"
The boys and I did an auto-tour of MT/WY/CO cdt this
year, doing a bunch of pieces here and there,
including a transect of the Winds with Sly. With a
compass secured from bouncing on one side, and maps
secured on the other, this trail would *beg* for
miles-miles-miles to be done.
Hey, ah, if you're looking for some decent training
runs, don't forget the ol' Indiana KT...
http://www.groups.yahoo.com/group/kt/ That slacker
Courtney Campbell needed over six and a half hours to
do the 50k -- *surely* you can improve on that....
(200? CDT miles,
evil KT50 RD;
missing yet ANOTHER Gathering
coaching soccer next weekend... booo.)
Spatior! Nitor! Nitor! Tempero!
Pro Pondera Et Meliora.
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