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 4K mileage / elevation log 
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IQuest wrote:
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I think I found a good spot for this. My first try at one of these. 8)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuxQmLCTp98


Hilarious! :lol: :lol: :lol:
I should insert that in the, From Pack to Belly thread. Which went from pack, to belly, to funnel, to hose, to boot.Image

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Wed Mar 06, 2013 10:35 am
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JustJoe wrote:
IQuest wrote:
JustJoe wrote:
I think I found a good spot for this. My first try at one of these. 8)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuxQmLCTp98


Hilarious! :lol: :lol: :lol:
I should insert that in the, From Pack to Belly thread. Which went from pack, to belly, to funnel, to hose, to boot.Image


It's a logical progression!

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I jumped on the bandwagon and totaled up my first round of 4ks. Total miles 250.5 and total elevation gain is 87641 feet. I only had one redo which I didn't count as not much elevation was gained :lol:

I'm interested in tracking my winter 4ks so far to compare. I did a presi traverse in the summer, but have broken the presis into smaller hikes so I'll definitely have bigger numbers this time around.

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I'm home sick today, so I did this: http://www.clintonmass.com/hikes/


Wed Mar 27, 2013 12:29 pm
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Dingo wrote:
I'm home sick today, so I did this: http://www.clintonmass.com/hikes/


Impressive that you've held off on the Presidentials this long. Saving the best for last??


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Granite Guy wrote:
Impressive that you've held off on the Presidentials this long. Saving the best for last??

That's one way of looking at it, I suppose! :) I guess my "plan", if there was one, was to build strength and endurance before hitting some of the longer and higher hikes.


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I am trying to go fully manual in the process... I have an old engineers field book I found at a local estate sale. It's a great book, brand name is Dietzgen.

I write down the hikes my wife and I complete, mileage completed, trails up and down, and elevation gain (also noting peak elevation).

I want to have something to look back on in 40 years, hopefully I never lose it nor stop compiling.


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ddbowdoin wrote:
I am trying to go fully manual in the process... I have an old engineers field book I found at a local estate sale. It's a great book, brand name is Dietzgen.

I write down the hikes my wife and I complete, mileage completed, trails up and down, and elevation gain (also noting peak elevation).

I want to have something to look back on in 40 years, hopefully I never lose it nor stop compiling.


I too do the manual log book/journal. I signed up for the online site everyone uses last month but haven't had time to do it yet.

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thats cool GG. Nothing like having something tangible to show or have. Thats also an interesting notebook, and seems perfect for the situation.


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GG, I like your solution, especially the indication for routes on ascents, descents and loops.


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