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    Names and Numbers

    From this weekend.

    Kenny J. 1447
    Chris P. 1604
    Pete B. 1653
    Fred W. 1734
    Matt T. & Jeff H. 1739*
    Dave C. 1748
    Geoff R. 1749
    Marshal ?
    Don/John ?

    *Matt and Jeff got some (ahem) misinformation about the start, and gave the rest a generous 30 minute lead. Reflected in the math.
    **Eric W. finished in 1544, but with an unintentional shortcut at the very end.

    It was found!
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    Rocking good times, and great to see everyone at the finish. Damn for someone who shies away from dairy, that pizza was the sh!t! Well that and the 4 beers in like 5 minutes. Only the third world knows hunger like that.

    But 30-mins amigo? Shoot we showed up an hour late. No worries though it was to our advantage - we followed a set of Nanos and Small Blocks all day.

    Marshall, glad you made it amigo. You looked like you had a plan and were going at your own pace. Adam - good seeing you again.

    Man, I never knew Northern Slobodia had such a great trail system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timo
    Rocking good times, and great to see everyone at the finish. Damn for someone who shies away from dairy, that pizza was the sh!t! Well that and the 4 beers in like 5 minutes. Only the third world knows hunger like that.

    But 30-mins amigo? Shoot we showed up an hour late. No worries though it was to our advantage - we followed a set of Nanos and Small Blocks all day.

    Cheese is your friend. Ice cream, too.

    And I just copy down M's math. I suck at that in the best of times, which Saturday evening was decidedly not.

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    Great job ya'll! Those are some d@mn respectable times!!
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    Congratulations to everyone that embarked on the hunt and found their snipe.

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    My snipe found me earlier than expected. And then it jumped up and bit me in the a$$ sending me down the mountain with my tail between my legs. He was an angry snipe.

    But at least he didn't have a badge this time around.
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    What??? I'm never wrong!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Timo

    But 30-mins amigo? Shoot we showed up an hour late. No worries though it was to our advantage - we followed a set of Nanos and Small Blocks all day.

    Man, I never knew Northern Slobodia had such a great trail system.
    Did we get that wrong??? I'm pretty sure I asked your crooked-fingered self what time you and your fearless companion actually hit the edge of Snipe Country - and was told, half an hour past the middle of the night... I'd be happy to log into Ion's account and change his post, if that isn't quite right .

    Northern Slobodia is beautiful this time of year!!! Glad to have a chance to see you without any broken bones

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    Quote Originally Posted by alizbee
    My snipe found me earlier than expected. And then it jumped up and bit me in the a$$ sending me down the mountain with my tail between my legs. He was an angry snipe.

    But at least he didn't have a badge this time around.


    You are cracking me up.

    I have mojo for a late June snipe hunt north of here - see you there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyndaW


    You are cracking me up.

    I have mojo for a late June snipe hunt north of here - see you there.

    Nice work doods!
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    Bump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ionsmuse
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    I've reitred from that snipe hunt. But, if someone finds their snipe in under 12:41 geared or 13:19 SS I might come out from retirement
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    Quote Originally Posted by hairball_dh
    I've reitred from that snipe hunt. But, if someone finds their snipe in under 12:41 geared or 13:19 SS I might come out from retirement

    so who yah calling out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerThenSnot
    so who yah calling out?
    I'm just sayin' - records have a finite lifetime. Lot's of snipe hunting to be done!

    That isn't to say I wouldn't enjoy a long day there with friends, I surely would. It is a springtime ritual of the best kind.
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