- HI Chris, Thanks for the note! I sense a new tradition starting with movement on the mugs! Later, Dale On Sat, 23 Dec 2006 16:06:21 ESTMessage 1 of 10 , Dec 23, 2006View SourceHI Chris,
Thanks for the note! I sense a new "tradition" starting with movement
on the mugs!
On Sat, 23 Dec 2006 16:06:21 EST
> Thanks, Dale!
> Also, thanks to the whole race committee for the nice present. I see now
> my goal is to move one column to the left on next year's mug :-)
> Chris, sitting warm and happy in Florida
> In a message dated 12/22/2006 10:32:42 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> hardrock100@... writes:
> Greetings Hardrockers!
> While the San Juans lie asleep under a fresh blanket of new snow,the
> Hardrock Hundred Endurance Run would like to wish you and yours a happy
> holiday season.
> We look forward to seeing the applications begin to come our way after
> the first of the year. Please remember that it is NOT NECESSARY to spend
> money overnighting your application on January 1st; acceptance to Hardrock
> not first-come, first-serve As long as we have your completed application by
>Feb 1st you are fine. Selection for the 2007 Hardrock will be the first
> weekend in February. Save the extra $$ and do something nice for your family
> or the world!
> Applications are available on our home page and please mail them to the
> address on the entry form.
> Ho Ho Ho
> Dale Garland
> Hardrock Hundred Endurance Run
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- Greeting Hardrockers, On behlaf of all of us at Hardrock I d like to wish you all a very happy holiday season. We hope that it will be filled with muchMessage 2 of 10 , Dec 24, 2009View SourceGreeting Hardrockers,
On behlaf of all of us at Hardrock I'd like to wish you all a very happy
holiday season. We hope that it will be filled with much laughter and
enjoyment and that it finds you with those you care most about!