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Re: [hr100] Hardrock Course Marking

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  • Deb Pero
    It wasn tnecessarily the DOGS who were stinky in the back of that truck.... ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 20, 2010
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      It wasn'tnecessarily the DOGS who were stinky in the back of that truck....


      On Sun, Jun 20, 2010 at 1:04 PM, Charles Thorn <thorncha@...> wrote:

      >
      >
      > Hello Hardrockers,
      >
      > I've gotten a number of emails from folks asking about the Hardrock course
      > marking. So, I want to state the Hardrock course marking "rules."
      >
      > * The Hardrock course marking has been available from the beginning (1992)
      > as a way for runners, crew, friends and family, future entrants, or anyone
      > else to enjoy the high country, learn the Hardrock course, and enjoy the
      > friendship of other likeminded folks.
      >
      > * There are really no rules. It's totally voluntary and you can show up or
      > not, whenever you want. You don't have to register or get my permission. My
      > focus is on marking the course but that doesn't mean others have to follow
      > as long as they don't hinder the marking.
      >
      > * I make an initial schedule that begins on Saturday (June 26, this year)
      > two weeks before the run. It's published in the Runners' Manual that can be
      > found on the Hardrock web site. The most important thing to remember is
      > that the schedule is flexible and will likely change depending on course
      > conditions, weather, mood swings, or phase of the moon. To keep informed on
      > these changes, check in with me or others involved in the marking. The
      > usual start is at my house, 1338 Reese, Silverton but there are exceptions.
      >
      > * I do not promise to provide transportation to the course marking. In the
      > past, with a few exceptions, we have found a way to get everyone interested
      > a way to the trail head. If you enjoy riding in the back of a pickup over
      > Cinnamon Pass with nine others plus six stink'n dogs, you'll love some of
      > these outings. (Some of these dogs are full grown.) By the same token, if
      > you have a vehicle, especially 4WD, please be prepared to tote folks.
      >
      > I'm looking forward to getting up to the high country and seeing you there.
      >
      > Charlie
      >
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      >
      >
      >


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    • james varner
      hey! who you callin stinky! it funny how one can be nostalgic for some of the most umcomfortable car rides imagineable... see ya ll real soon! james Rainshadow
      Message 2 of 3 , Jun 20, 2010
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        hey! who you callin stinky!

        it funny how one can be nostalgic for some of the most umcomfortable car rides imagineable...

        see ya'll real soon!
        james
        Rainshadow Running
        www.rainshadowrunning.com




        ________________________________
        From: Deb Pero <mtnrunner02@...>
        To: hr100@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Sun, June 20, 2010 8:54:18 PM
        Subject: Re: [hr100] Hardrock Course Marking

        It wasn'tnecessarily the DOGS who were stinky in the back of that truck....


        On Sun, Jun 20, 2010 at 1:04 PM, Charles Thorn <thorncha@...> wrote:

        >
        >
        > Hello Hardrockers,
        >
        > I've gotten a number of emails from folks asking about the Hardrock course
        > marking. So, I want to state the Hardrock course marking "rules."
        >
        > * The Hardrock course marking has been available from the beginning (1992)
        > as a way for runners, crew, friends and family, future entrants, or anyone
        > else to enjoy the high country, learn the Hardrock course, and enjoy the
        > friendship of other likeminded folks.
        >
        > * There are really no rules. It's totally voluntary and you can show up or
        > not, whenever you want. You don't have to register or get my permission. My
        > focus is on marking the course but that doesn't mean others have to follow
        > as long as they don't hinder the marking.
        >
        > * I make an initial schedule that begins on Saturday (June 26, this year)
        > two weeks before the run. It's published in the Runners' Manual that can be
        > found on the Hardrock web site. The most important thing to remember is
        > that the schedule is flexible and will likely change depending on course
        > conditions, weather, mood swings, or phase of the moon. To keep informed on
        > these changes, check in with me or others involved in the marking. The
        > usual start is at my house, 1338 Reese, Silverton but there are exceptions.
        >
        > * I do not promise to provide transportation to the course marking. In the
        > past, with a few exceptions, we have found a way to get everyone interested
        > a way to the trail head. If you enjoy riding in the back of a pickup over
        > Cinnamon Pass with nine others plus six stink'n dogs, you'll love some of
        > these outings. (Some of these dogs are full grown.) By the same token, if
        > you have a vehicle, especially 4WD, please be prepared to tote folks.
        >
        > I'm looking forward to getting up to the high country and seeing you there.
        >
        > Charlie
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >
        >
        >


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