Why we train...

Discussion in 'Randall's Adventure & Training®' started by Jeff Randall, Jun 8, 2017.

  1. wilas101

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    awesome. I'm looking forward to the report. That looks like just the sort of thing that would cause my wife to freak out.

    Adding to the list, pending your report. :)
     
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    I initially thought it said "Why we Trane."
    Even in the boonies, I have a Trane heat pump that breaks down every summer and winter. Just had the repairman out a few minutes ago and ordered a new blower and motor. Luckily, it is still under warranty. I bought the fanciest 3 zone one when we built our house. Nothing but problems. Apparently, those who complain about @Mike Perrin's customer service have never dealt with Trane.
     
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    I think the Arkansas River goes near there. It is a nice whitewater trip. Probably would be a little tame for you, though.
     
  4. Stone

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    "No cell phone for 3 days."

    I can relate. I turned my cell off (canceled my account) months ago. Much happier now.

    Since I survived the last seven years at the teeth of vicious barracuda mo'fo's,
    I'm confident that I can survive the next seven. Bring it.

    Loving my RB3. (Now soaking in vinegar for the next level of patina.
    Tomorrow: mustard). Train with it daily in the back 50 at 66 with a 20 lb pack.

    (That's daily -- OK, 3 - 4 times per week -- since December 6, at times in 4' of snow. I've put in 400 m of trail since then.)

    Can't wait to get the 6. Up a notch.

    I'm training in Maine this year. Katahdin region.

    In 2018, my training goes to the Scottish highlands.
     
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    "That's daily -- OK, 3 - 4 times per week -- since December 6, at times in 4' of snow."

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