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imtl  
#421 Posted : Saturday, November 19, 2011 8:31:33 PM(UTC)
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Because for him the challenge is to go all the time for. I for one don't think it's appropriate for me to go more than once. Although you PCT. The practiced every day.
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#422 Posted : Saturday, November 19, 2011 8:58:33 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = imtl] because for him this challenge to go for some time. I for one don't think it's appropriate for me to go more than once. Although you PCT. The practiced every day.


Five times to do yo-yo that didn't go differently, is trying to do that, I can understand the Yo-Yo, for example to see the same place in different seasons or the achievement this but five times It's not the A.T. meeting. whenever new asylum
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#423 Posted : Saturday, November 19, 2011 9:30:24 PM(UTC)
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And his business.
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#424 Posted : Monday, November 21, 2011 12:57:13 AM(UTC)
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In p. s. t. l. speaks about.  Passed with little more than a light backpack that I was taking for a week despite not having logistical guidance.  In my view, go to the Baker ' category

True fitness is awesome but!!! What about the views of the company sometimes even zero-day.

His daily distance requires-night walk almost every day.  A minimum of 12-14 hours per day.

The more equal around the world or in the United States?

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#425 Posted : Monday, November 21, 2011 1:39:07 AM(UTC)
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Here I don't agree with you. What about fun?
Each fun.
Butcher also 30 and 40 miles per day you walk past the landscapes. Not everybody wants to sit on every rock he sees along the way. Everything has its fun. Believe me, I see the 40 miles per day, too.
... In PCT going 12-14 hours. That's nothing new. He also went 18 hours sometimes to do really big days of 50 + miles per day.
When I did 40 + miles a day that came to me about 14 hours.
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#426 Posted : Monday, November 21, 2011 4:25:34 AM(UTC)
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This is precisely the difference in days of עשיתי40 +. Yes it's OK every once in a while to go at night.

A hundred reasons.   But he did it every day. " An average of 40 + miles per day. "It is true that an average of 60 and 40 but by all the stuff I read, not decreased from 35 miles-I think that lzkato " zero day zero or close to it it's just child abuse.

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#427 Posted : Monday, November 21, 2011 11:17:27 AM(UTC)
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I don't understand how you got to go. 12-14 hours a day is the amount of light you have hours a day on average PCT. I personally, since I went to Oregon came down over 35 miles not a day before. It's just taking zero too sidelined or something else happened or supply place is very far and I'm trying to return the same day to or met people I really want to hang out with them. These are usually people who want to come back for soon.
And I felt that my body abuse. I felt alive and strong and that's the style I like.

And that's the point. It is a matter of style. And the way you find pleasure in a different path, and both are different from Scott. (It's safe)
I already wrote that see the same views and not miss anything. Imtl 40868.3461342593
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#428 Posted : Tuesday, November 22, 2011 11:59:25 PM(UTC)
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As Chris says, each enjoying its own path and to walk him and not us to judge him. Some like to go slowly and sniff each other and like to challenge your body. However, I notice that the Kings (and I call this NAZI Group 1) feel guilty if they stop doing something fun, such as swimming in a Lake (which is relevant to Apache) instead.
I know I was like that, years ago, until I learned to keep pace.
Most of the moves that I met, but not all, act like they're rushing all the time, and my feeling they have lost a lot of experience because there is no time for interaction with other travelers.
But again, if they enjoy it, who are we to say otherwise.
Some of these aalchim had an ego, but some definitely not. Scott himself than met him once he's very humble and just found his laptop and what he loves most in the world, go to the PCT, and do it again and again (and again and again and again ...)

Oh, by the way. I wouldn't really recommend you do the PCT again in the foreseeable future if you are like me, but I didn't like to do the same thing again.     In 2007 there was a bunch of almost 10 PCT alumni in 2003 decided to do for, and most of us (except Scott and iligot who do this every year) we found it much less fun to do for the second time. The physical challenge, pain and difficulties are the same, but less sense of accomplishment, of knowing you've done it before.   I found myself taking more and more alternative routes, mostly on roads, but it is a problem on the PCT simply because his route in most places is ideal, what can't be said about other paths (the apalch ע"ע).
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#429 Posted : Thursday, December 1, 2011 5:11:13 PM(UTC)
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Just so you know, guys, I've decided that I'm doing the PCT!
Don't know when but once it is decided.
You might be skeptical, but wait and see one day open thread with pictures and I remind you that message.
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#430 Posted : Thursday, December 1, 2011 6:33:39 PM(UTC)
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#431 Posted : Monday, December 5, 2011 3:19:37 PM(UTC)
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If you like something, why want to finish it as soon as possible?
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#432 Posted : Monday, December 5, 2011 3:50:30 PM(UTC)
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I can say from my personal feeling that it's not about to end soon. What's important is to follow the natural rate. I've never raced on. I just like how I like it. If it is considered high rate than so be it.
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#433 Posted : Monday, December 5, 2011 9:20:57 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = orotem] If you like something, why want to finish it as soon as possible?


Tell that to a marathon runner.

Some people enjoy the sport challenge, the desire to break records (of themselves or of others) and pushing the boundaries.

And also the people that natural rhythm that makes them fun, as Eyal said.
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#434 Posted : Tuesday, December 6, 2011 2:12:15 AM(UTC)
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Excuse me, but I'm not sure why the fastest gets here.
I am much more impressed with slow movements like Rooney hanging on for nine months.

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#435 Posted : Tuesday, December 6, 2011 2:20:18 AM(UTC)
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The subject was about peak and peak speed slow:)

Rooney stayed two months in which Angel Bill if I remember correctly. Isn't it?
I'm impressed with anyone who comes to. What does it matter what the style.
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#436 Posted : Tuesday, December 6, 2011 7:34:24 PM(UTC)
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Just out of curiosity, in which Angel spent two months course
I must admit I don't remember that. I remember it took me to make the PCT just over a 4 and a half months (I had to return to Earth three days before I reached the Canadian border because my father died). But rumors never wrong and so I guess my memory is wrong.

Other footpaths are also made of the average traveler, except hapalach who took me 9 months on the path that I was dumb and stubborn enough to do the trail in winter (and summer and fall and spring.)

Except hapalach most of the longer trails to do slowly than rapidly, because too many sections should take much more food and water, and because a window these trails. This is an advantage in making long trails sections don't need to always so fast all the time.

This is also the reason for example that I really took from someone like ב2007 that RECLINE was the first to start the PCT in the same year, in mid-March.   The first twenty mile limit, which often moves less than a day, it took him two and a half days to do, when he's out of the water, not oil. Despite all the difficulties and see all other traveler on the path going through it in a way he didn't break and was probably the last to reach the Canadian border that same year in mid-October (the trail was covered in snow at the same time). Maybe slow record, but nobody knows that remember slow records.

For Yanni speed almost all of the PCT but riklein, no one knows, although his achievement was in my opinion nothing less than Scott. How to make scoring faster people interesting highlights.

The main problem I have with the whole picatsia around speed records, is that many of those who do for fast tend unconsciously to refer to a: slower as inferior or less achievement by comparing their speed to that of others. (This tendency among some of Heather treating for SECTION HIKERS as inferior).
So, no matter how long or short, fast or slow, get it, and I don't think one is better than the other.
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#437 Posted : Tuesday, December 6, 2011 7:47:05 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Ronnie] just out of curiosity, in which Angel spent two months course
I must admit I don't remember that. I remember it took me to make the PCT just over a 4 and a half months (I had to return to Earth three days before I reached the Canadian border because my father died). But rumors never wrong and so I guess my memory is wrong.

Wrote about him in the paper a lot.

And he didn't even know he was like that.

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#438 Posted : Wednesday, December 7, 2011 5:02:21 PM(UTC)
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Ronnie-fairy tales.-two weeks in a hammock in "hostel for two months with an Angel.

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#439 Posted : Wednesday, December 7, 2011 9:50:18 PM(UTC)
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Ronnie,

I mentioned something about 9 months. I don't remember completely.

I really agree with you about how the thing for bikers for bikers hold others. Highways that slow. Heather the skshiin. People deal with bullshit instead tended to enjoy walking in their style. This phenomenon is sldati so PCT. Mainly a goddess sldati who came after them it seems that Appalachia is rooted much more. But even this opinion I got just from observing. I say we all go in nature how they want and enjoy. Instead of sitting at home doing nothing.

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#440 Posted : Wednesday, December 7, 2011 10:52:28 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = imtl].

I mentioned something about 9 months. I don't remember completely.

I really agree with you about how the thing for bikers for bikers hold others. Highways that slow. Heather the skshiin. People deal with bullshit instead tended to enjoy walking in their style. This phenomenon is sldati so PCT. Mainly a goddess sldati who came after them it seems that Appalachia is rooted much more. But even this opinion I got just from observing. I say we all go in nature how they want and enjoy. Instead of sitting at home doing nothing.

ALE

There is a degree of snobbery, it's not reflected in a practical manner that is most times Lakers beat skon of ashlterim fast when my husband the real House of the trail came and we had to explain to them. Who, on for good-natured giggles.

Speaking of snobs, it was funny to see the ooicanders in the WHITE MOUNTAINS.  Sitting in HUTS and look at us like we have fallen from the moon. I was always confident that when the HUT CREW finish the explanation one of them asks: who are these people? And more than that was funny to see two of them talking about the A.T. And what and how, etc (and hear all kinds of stuff they read what connected ) when m of them THRU HIKER as Chairman but is an alien.

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