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  • Thank-you for Project-100.

    The project would not have succeeded without all the help I received.
    https://project100singlewinter.wordp...100-a-success/

  • #2
    That is awesome! Following your adventure all winter has been a real treat.

    You guys and gals are my heros.

    Seriously.

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    • #3
      So whats the next adventure?
      That sounds like a terrible idea.... What time?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by NumNum View Post
        So whats the next adventure?
        12 consecutive month grid of the 46. Day one = Dec. 1, 2018.

        Just kidding.

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        • Makwa
          Makwa commented
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          Why not? But how about a speed grid? First 11 months at whatever pace then make month 12 a speed round so you finish the grid in 11 months and 7 days or so. Would be tough to beat that FKT.

          Personal side note... It's easy to throw out such outlandish plans when you're not the one actually having do it.

        • Hear the Footsteps
          Hear the Footsteps commented
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          A 1 year grid has already been done for the NH 48

        • CatskillKev
          CatskillKev commented
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          In the interest of new projects, let's not forget that the details of this project leave a lot of room for improvement if one were wanting to.

          Here is a story on the unsupported new record for the Appalachian Trail. https://www.backpacker.com/stories/j...n-trail-record

          Who would have thought that style points could be increased and still beat the efficiency of an earlier effort? Yet the supported record was broken by an unsupported effort? Mind boggling, really.

      • #5
        Originally posted by NumNum View Post
        So whats the next adventure?
        I've been thinking of doing this trip in winter (on skis) for a long time.
        https://caltopo.com/m/7USP

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        • Makwa
          Makwa commented
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          My quick trace of the route says it's 650 miles!

        • Craig
          Craig commented
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          That could be interesting going down the middle of that lake.

        • Neil
          Neil commented
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          Round up to 700. I drew the route fairly quickly. I will have to be retired to do that one. So, not until Feb. 2021. Can hug the shores if the wind is too bitter. Can camp out in the middle or in the woods alongside. Good opportunities for re-supplies. Say 20 miles per day (the lakes will be hard-packed by the wind so 20 might be pretty conservative). Comes to just over a month if all goes well.

          Training would be very different given there's no elly. Drag a tire around the neighborhood a couple hours every day and do a lot of trunk muscle exercises. Would definitely do at least one shakedown trip of 7-10 days in duration.

      • #6
        This link appeared in the latest advert from EMS to arrive in my email.
        http://goeast.ems.com/neal-luckhurst-qa/

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        • #7
          Originally posted by Hear the Footsteps View Post
          This link appeared in the latest advert from EMS to arrive in my email.
          http://goeast.ems.com/neal-luckhurst-qa/
          Lucas Labarre is lrlhistory here on the forum.

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