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    Thru-hike 2008! BDT's Avatar
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    Becouse of things I cant change I had to move my start date to July 1st.
    I am planning to take 30-35 days to complete 544 miles for an end to end to end (yo-yo). I want comments and to hear what people think about me doing this in that time frame. I am very fit and can cover 40+ miles a day in Ohio, and as long as put my mind to it I should be able to do this.

    Thanks for any comments!
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    Getting out as much as I can..which is never enough. :) Mags's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDT
    Becouse of things I cant change I had to move my start date to July 1st.
    I am planning to take 30-35 days to complete 544 miles for an end to end to end (yo-yo). I want comments and to hear what people think about me doing this in that time frame. I am very fit and can cover 40+ miles a day in Ohio, and as long as put my mind to it I should be able to do this.

    Thanks for any comments!
    That's less than twenty miles a day. If you are motivated to do it..go for it!
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