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The King of Beasts

    Congrats, Ennay.

    Coincidentally, I was going to start this same thread, as I made it to 70 this week for the first time as well.  I tip my running cap to those of you who can do this regularly, as it's not an easy thing to achieve.

    I just hope these miles pay off next Saturday in my goal half.


    trust me. miles pay off in the half marathon .

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      trust me. miles pay off in the half marathon .


      I'm counting on it.




        I'm counting on it.

         me too. nice week there!

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        an amazing likeness

          Oh great...another Elitest Prick is added to the ranks...



          Seriously, wow.

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            Ennay well done


            I managed that for the first time last week which i have you to thank for (think it was you) about just going out for time and forgetting cut back weeks life sorts out that one


            Are you going to try it again next week


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                  I'm counting on it.




                  A Saucy Wench

                    Awesome Lap!  I bet it will make a big difference.



                    Pammie - next week will in all likelihood be less because we leave for spring break vacation on Sunday and squeezing in much of a run before we leave will be tough.  Plus there is that whole adjusting for time change thing which really affects me.  I wasnt really aiming for 70 this week until I realized I was going to be there.  This was a totally weird week where most run lengths were determined partially by factors out of my control. 


                    Pam -  Well I doubt I'm quite to the never go back stage yet.  But I know what you mean.  I remembered being awed by 40 and now I get to the end of a 40 mile week and whine to dh about how "I hardly ran at ALL this week"

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                    "When I got too tired to run anymore I just pretended I wasnt tired and kept running anyway" - dd, age 7

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                      70 miles -- you're my heroine.