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Discussion: Nice!

in: PG; PG > 2024-02-13

Feb 14, 2024 12:37 PM # 
acjospe:
Some great runs out there! Thanks for posting the maps, super interesting looking. Glad you and Gail both have strong bones, and you survived your falls.
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Feb 14, 2024 3:15 PM # 
PBricker:
Really impressed, though not surprised. And I enjoyed the livelox replays. That technical terrain suited you well. Maybe not having lost any mental acuity in M80 was even more important than maintaining physical stamina and agility? Hope you heal in time for Spain!
Feb 14, 2024 7:48 PM # 
BorisGr:
Really inspirational, both you and Gail! Very cool!
Feb 14, 2024 8:20 PM # 
iansmith:
Most impressive!
Feb 14, 2024 11:06 PM # 
PG:
Best orienteering I’ve done for a while. First day was shaky, didn’t have much confidence. The last three days were close to perfect. Going slowly, for sure, and that makes it a lot easier, but for the first time in quite a while the brain was really functioning well.

Can’t say that was true away from the orienteering. One night at dinner we each got a pizza and a side salad. The salad came in a glass, a fairly wide glass, but taller than it was wide, and vertical sides, so definitely not a bowl. I was enjoying my pizza, felt the need for water, reached out for my water glass and was just a moment away from dumping my salad on my face when I realized it wasn’t my water glass I had grabbed. Gail was concentrating on her pizza and hadn’t noticed, but how could I not rat myself out? We laughed and laughed because it sure beats crying about what life is coming to. :-)
Feb 15, 2024 12:25 AM # 
kissy:
"Close to perfect". That sounds pretty great. Can't remember the last time I was close to perfect. So happy for you and Gail!
Feb 15, 2024 3:16 AM # 
jdoub:
Nice win! Looks like fun :)
Feb 15, 2024 11:32 PM # 
JanetT:
Well done. What a great trip with fine experiences.

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