19638Re: The Eowyn Challenge
- Apr 5, 2008oooh, neat!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ellen <carnimiriel@...> wrote:
> I participated in this back when it started. I was rehabbing from an
> injury at the time, and walking was about the only form of exercise I
> could do. I made it to Rivendell, then partway through Moria. After
> that, my pedometer conked out and I never got the new one configured
> correctly, so I stopped counting miles. It was lots of fun and great
> motivation. When I knew I was about to hit Bree, I wanted to finish
> walk someplace where I could have a pint. I don't recall offhand how I
> celebrated getting to Rivendell. Upon reaching Moria, I took a trip to
> Mammoth Cave and counted some of those miles.
> Ellen Denham
> bernip wrote:
> > Hey, have y'all heard of this? It's an exercise/fitness goal thingee
> > based on Tolkien! Figure out how far your own walking would get
> > Frodo's journey or, for the fitness-phobic, turn your love of Tolkien
> > into better health.
> > http://home.insightbb.com/~eowynchallenge/index.html
> > <http://home.insightbb.com/%7Eeowynchallenge/index.html>
> > I've seen several writers on LiveJournal putting xx miles to
> > (or wherever) at the ends of their journals. I guess this is what
> > they're referring to.
> > Berni
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