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... sheets I picked up at the drugstore.
I am not an experienced tarp hanger-upper so I was quite proud of the job I did hanging it between several trees next to the creek. I wanted to show off to the partiers but decided to brag to you about it instead. Isn't it so cool? I was especially happy about it when it started to rain. I spent a cozy evening under the tarp and a blanket, reading and eating chili.
I woke up under my skylight, dew decorating the view.
... Tim whenever we weren’t together. Tim had gone ahead without me when I was joined by my awesome crew (more on them later) at mile 48 but I came upon him and saw that he was dragging a bit at the 60 mile aid station. I was so happy to see him, but I knew he needed some support so I gathered him up, with my energetic pacer, Aggie, and got him to the Kachess aid station where I knew he would be joined by Adam Gaston (yes, the roles reversed this ...
Monday 12-24-12 Christmas Eve
Anne and I woke up on Chicago time early Christmas Eve morning. When I went to the window and pulled back the heavy hotel shades I saw what was invisible to us last night. Mixed with the white clouds of the distant sky you couldn't be sure if you were looking at more clouds or the white tops of the Olympic mountains. Anne and I stepped out to the balcony to get a better view. From there we could see the entire horizon lined ...
Also, at all good parties there is a fight of some kind… I have no idea what the fight was about but somehow I got in trouble for being involved… really I was just trying to get downstairs and the fight was blocking the way!
Anyway, I left way before closing because I was wasted and ready to sleep! If anything else happened then I either couldn’t be bothered to write about it or I just can’t remember ...
I went snowboarding with the intention of pushing myself to the next level. This meant increasing my speed down the mountain. I didn't want to just traverse, slowdown and traverse again anymore. So I decided I’d face my board diagonally down the hill and try to carve it. I still need to put more work into it to get my carving technique to be smoother. I learnted that when ...