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76[hr100] Re: THE LAST MILES OR LOW IQ

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  • Carl & Sally Yates
    Mar 5, 2000
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      Park at or near the Kamm Aid Sta. 1 day go back over Grant Swamp Pass and
      down the scree slope and return or all the way to Chapman and back. 2nd day
      go the other way to the river but not necessary to cross the river. Follow
      that side to the road and come back to town or 2nd day park at the first
      road after the river crossing on the Durango Hwy. You'll get wet all ways. A
      little more difficult to follow than Western States but you have plenty of
      room for errors, I don't. Carl Yates

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Hans-Dieter Weisshaar <HD.WEISSHAAR@...>
      To: hr100@egroups.com <hr100@egroups.com>
      Date: Sunday, March 05, 2000 7:39 AM
      Subject: [hr100] THE LAST MILES OR LOW IQ


      >Carolyn has asked about the last miles and got answers about estimated
      >IQ-levels during the "second night".
      >As a 60 (+-) runner, who never has tried such a fun run, there are some
      >more detailed questions to the veterans:
      >
      >1. At which time begins the flashlight time on Saturday evening or how
      >many hours after start on Friday 6 a.m. ?
      >
      >2. How many miles of the tail (mile 99 - finish, mile 98 - finish ...)
      >can be walked (marched or run) in darkness with an IQ less than a
      >potato?
      >
      >3. If the answer is, that there is no major problem behind mile 97,5 (I
      >have no idea), then it is better for people with lower IQ like me, to
      >try to reach this point (i.e. 97,5) before flashlight time (seriously
      >spoken, I personally hope for finishing in 47:30 no matter about the
      >IQ).
      >
      >4. Anyway, are there any splittime-tables available for moving in that
      >way (3.) ? I don't ask for a division like 97,5 miles divided by 39,5
      >hours (potato IQs are able to perform this calculation with a correct
      >result), but for a schedule, which takes in account the ups and downs,
      >climbings, daylight or night and so on.
      >
      >5. Finally: If your time for exploring (walking) the unknown trail is
      >restricted to three or four days, who can make recommendations about the
      >"problem"-areas, which should be visited first by order of priority
      >including the informations about how to get to that points by car? Is it
      >the foreseen "second night" - course?
      >
      >Best regards
      >
      >Hans-Dieter W.
      >
      >
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