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Discussion: Video

in: Run_Bosco; Run_Bosco > 2016-02-20

Feb 24, 2016 8:34 PM # 
Great video; yay! I'm impressed you were able to do all of the things that you did with it. I had a great time following you, and I probably learned from the opportunity to cover the course again, and see you move through it. I'm happy to do it again, anytime!
Feb 24, 2016 8:36 PM # 
Pink Socks:
Was there any talk about how far back you should follow? I was wondering if Rebecca wanted a set distance?
Feb 24, 2016 8:43 PM # 
@FFS: Yayy!! I'm glad you enjoyed it. I would love for you to do it again!

@PS: The only instruction I had in that regard was for Julie to give me some space when I went into a control, so that I wouldn't turn around and run into her. I don't know if she had a particular distance in mind, but I'm guessing it depended on the terrain a bit. However she chose her distance-- the footage worked out well!
Feb 24, 2016 9:10 PM # 
I ran just about as close as I could. I'm glad it turned out good footage
Feb 24, 2016 11:43 PM # 
I enjoyed the one or two times where Julie got caught on camera for a second or two, just sort of chilling while you entered/exited a control. Sort of like Where's Waldo :)

I'd also be happy to be a GoPro follower sometime, if the need for someone else happens to arise.
Feb 25, 2016 5:55 AM # 
That is what I looked like!

I actually didn't recognize myself. I was like, I don't remember any Cascade folk so close to us. Doh! That's me.
Feb 25, 2016 2:05 PM # 
Woo hoo! @BigWilly: That's convenient that you offered before I asked! :) I thought that Lincoln Tree Farm might be a good opportunity, since it being a "long" I won't have time to wait for Julie to finish, plus you'd be able to witness the madness you created first-hand.

Although I'm theoretically launching the Cascade site that week, so perhaps I had better not tempt myself with another fun distraction.

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