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    Is that the bridge Mike Rowe was painting on Dirty Jobs?

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    That's the one!
    Building a quiver is just foreplay for snowgasms

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    Np repelling with helmetcam...:x

    >FWIW, Dehydration is a concern on this walk, more so than hydration. Trust me, with a 7 >ish mile walk with no portajons anywhere except the beginning and the end.......you drink >sparingly.

    Sounds like water at the 3/4 mark...y/n?
    The repel with a helmtcam T!!
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    My goal was to start drinking once I hit the second tower, which is 2/3 way.
    Last year I drank earlier in the walk and thought my bladder would burst by the end.
    Building a quiver is just foreplay for snowgasms

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    Hey TC how'd the Big reunion go ??
    Surround yourself with Positivity , Live Life , Collect Friends not Stuff and Avoid Negative Nuts

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    My megga big class of 48 students in 1984 was almost all there.
    I think there were 34 of the 48.


    What was kinda interesting is that most of them were wearing black, like they were going to a funeral.
    You may notice that I am not wearing black...

    It was good hooking up with all of them but it is also clear why I lead a different life.
    Building a quiver is just foreplay for snowgasms

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    Good 4 u -- those reunions are often eye-opening :>)) The people you assumed would always be in shape often aren't LMAO.---------------------Black hides alot n'est pas ???

    --Skiing ,biking , running ,walking , working out definitely has its physical and attitudinal benefits .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
    My goal was to start drinking once I hit the second tower, which is 2/3 way.
    Last year I drank earlier in the walk and thought my bladder would burst by the end.
    Great job TC,
    Have to admit that's one tough hike.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbog View Post
    Great job TC,
    Have to admit that's one tough hike.....


    steve
    This walk can be tough for some with the elevation of the suspension bridge, but I found it to be more inspirational than tough.
    There is something awe inspiring about the Mighty Mac.....
    Building a quiver is just foreplay for snowgasms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
    Billski, you'll be disappointed to know that the national guard was on duty, prohibiting me from repelling
    Hehehe... whom were you planning on repelling and how? No deodorant that day or something?
    Making sanity obsolete since 1982...

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