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... up and down the hills of Malibu and 15 obstacles. I have been told to not to believe a word of it. Could be 3,4,5 miles with as many as 20 obstacles. The Spartan race started 5 or 6 years ago by an ex Wall Street guy who wanted to come up with something out of the ordinary that would challenge him and his friends. From there it just took on a life of its own. 300 races a year in over 60 ...
... take a sip from a good home-brewn austrian Schnaps before starting the scramble. Especially as turned back before the party...
Breakneck-Ridge is a hike about1h north of NYC which is a pretty nice scramble - easy to do and even doable for able beginners. I had the honor to get there with 3 girls, 2 of them Austrian :). After some time we managed to meet up with some other people of the hiking group, a bunch of very funny guys ...
... rain was so heavy, it kept most people home. We visited a couple of ice cream/donut shops and John juggled and made balloon animals for the customers, while Roger and a couple of volunteers from the Y passed out flyers and tried to sell tickets.
We made our own fun when customers weren't around though...we had a great time getting to know Roger and the two ladies with us (Lisa and I forgot the other woman's ...
... we consulted Kevin, the rhyme master Bear.
Thanks for working your way through that!!!
You will know by now that we left the Southern Hemisphere and are safely ensconced for a month in New York. IN order to ease out of the blogging scene (a cut throat keyboard business if ever there was one - we will shortly be launching our Travel Death Match...... keep your eyes open, always look both ways when crossing the road, and stay safe!!)
... from Sigmund Stern of Chicago, who built the estate. What is known is that
the mansion, garage, swimming pool, gardens and other outbuildings existed at
time of purchase by Cornish. Who designed them remains a mystery, and until photographs
appeared in April 2010, the public at large did not know the original appearance
of the mansion and grounds.
Edward Cornish (1861-1938) was President of
the National Lead Company from 1916 to ...