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Discussion: splits protocol

in: CleverSky; CleverSky > 2020-01-12

Jan 14, 2020 7:53 PM # 
Charlie:
It appears that you (and Niels) used the protocol of the first split in the splits list being the leg from 17-1, the second split 1-2, etc. Perfectly reasonable. Susie was the first to post on green and I did what she appeared to do: the first split was from 1-2 and the finish split was from Green 13-1). Since red and green had a number of common legs (red and green points 1-6 were the same, and red 11-17 were the same as green 7-13). It took me a little while to figure out how to compare splits with you.
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Jan 14, 2020 8:25 PM # 
jjcote:
I think I was either first to post on Red, or else Niels and I posted virtually simultaneously, so I'm glad we picked the same method. I've been a bit concerned that somebody might just start with whatever leg they did first (e.g. 3-4), and get things out of whack. There's no real remedy on Routegadget, it's kind of a pursuit race.
Jan 14, 2020 8:30 PM # 
Charlie:
There was an interval there where only Niels was up, but maybe it was brief. I had seen that Susie had posted, and based on her write-up and the time pattern it was pretty apparent what she had done.

You and I were not all that far apart for the common legs. I think we were about 3 minutes apart, 2:30 or so on #6 which I flubbed pretty badly. Niels, on the other hand, is magnificent!
Jan 14, 2020 9:00 PM # 
jjcote:
Well, right now I can sympathize with your chronic toe problem (but maybe you finally overcame that).
Jan 14, 2020 9:14 PM # 
Charlie:
Adapted to it more. I did get the toe fused a few years back after I had broken it right into the joint. On balance that was an improvement, in that it no longer hangs down, and so takes less abuse, and I can now walk barefoot on friendly surfaces, which was not really possible before. However, the foot is compromised still in other ways. Sorry you whacked yours!

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