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    Angela covered 47 miles in 25 hours, with no sleep, to reach Virginia yesterday. Now that's an accomplishment. No question about trail legs kicking in.
    Last edited by Quoddy; 05-28-2010 at 11:42.
    I my Warbonnet

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    THATS what im talking about!
    go angela!

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    Pretty cool that someone actually got a picture of a bobcat!!!
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quoddy View Post
    Angela covered 47 miles in 25 hours, with no sleep, to reach Virginia yesterday. Now that's an accomplishment. No question about trail legs kicking in.
    Sort of ; talked to her Sat. and her knee is hurtin' bad .was doin Vitamin I ,and her uber light hiking pole cracked .hope she backs down the pace a little !

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    Here's hope's that she take's it easy on that knee, maybe a zero or two, hiking with an injury is not a lot of fun! Pushing through a little pain is one thing, but pushing it too far is never a good thing!

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