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Just wanted to touch base with you about Saturday's group run.

Bernhein Forest at 7:30am. The temp is supposed to be about 30 degrees so dress appropriately.

I'm pretty excited to be running with you folks! It should be a lot of fun.

kl0wn-- Make your way up to Louisville and join us for an 8 miler!!!!

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Yeah, c'mon! The more the merrier! Tis the season to be merry!

I hope I can hang with you fools!!! My slow pace is typically 12-12:30... :cry:

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Yeah, c'mon! The more the merrier! Tis the season to be merry!

I hope I can hang with you fools!!! My slow pace is typically 12-12:30... :cry:


No need for concern. We're not even thinking about pace, just mileage. I usually run alone but I enjoyed running with Tom last Sunday so I'm really looking forward to it.


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It's been a couple of weeks since I got out on the trails so I'm happy about that too!

There are only a couple of trails that I feel are "runnable" enough for us. One that I take all of the time actually kicks my butt, sometimes have to walk a portion because it's basically all uphill/downhill so it's hard to run up, dangerous to run down. But it's a safe trail otherwise, that's why I take it all of the time.

I really wish the Cafe was still open in full service, it was such an awesome place!

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I am anxiously awaiting. :D

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There's a 13 mile trail there that I've never had the pleasure of hiking. I plan on hiking it sometime this winter and then running it (if it's safe to run) in February/March once before the mini. I figured that would be a great training run for the mini.

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uhh yea...a 13 mile trail run should prepare you for anything!


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So you think if I do the 13 mile trail, I'll be able to fly to the moon with 4 small babies, a horse and a big screen TV, after staying up for 35 days straight and not eating anything but peanuts and ethanol?

13 mile trails RULE!

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So you think if I do the 13 mile trail, I'll be able to fly to the moon with 4 small babies, a horse and a big screen TV, after staying up for 35 days straight and not eating anything but peanuts and ethanol?

13 mile trails RULE!

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That wouldn't be a problem. You could do twice in one day. :bootyshake:


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I think my butter burger and pumpkin pie shake made me ultra sarcastic today. LOL :mrgreen:

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Sarcasm...ahhh its a beautiful thing!!!


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joec0602 wrote:
kl0wn-- Make your way up to Louisville and join us for an 8 miler!!!!

:walk:


I'm sure I'll be over sometime this winter, once I get a few truck parts lined up over there. It's just far enough to make it a PITA of a drive.

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thekl0wn wrote:
joec0602 wrote:
kl0wn-- Make your way up to Louisville and join us for an 8 miler!!!!

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I'm sure I'll be over sometime this winter, once I get a few truck parts lined up over there. It's just far enough to make it a PITA of a drive.


Make sure you let us know in advance so we can schedule a run.


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Yeah, what Joe said!! :razz:

My stomach hurts from that food earlier. I should know better than to eat junk!!!!!

By the way, if you all want to see any Bernheim trails, I think there are some on the RW training log route section. If I recall, there were some shorter ones but I am fairly certain I made my Bernheim routes public since they aren't around my house. All of my routes near my house are private.

Edit: I just searched "Bernheim" on there and 5 pop up. 3 of those are mine-the Home Run route and the other two longer ones. For some reason, the 8+ one I did last time doesn't show. Maybe I made it private on accident.

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I looked them up. Looks like a lot of fun.

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