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andyclimbs wrote:Just posted a TR about my experience pacing Homie these past few days. I hope you enjoy!
- Andy Wellman
Thanks Andy for writing all that out, very good read indeed.
- Paul S
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I hope Homie is recovering well and getting some much needed R&R with his wife and daughters.
I like that he kept SPOT going for some of his drive back home. I notice that a handful of his check-ins were where I believe Bongo Billy's sits in Buena Vista.
Cave Dog- Your words of appreciation and recognition of Homies hard work are a testimony to your character, good stuff!!!
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Prairie Tater wrote:John, I just want you to know that your family in Missouri is very proud of you for what you've done. And I hope that you are not seriously injured. We are getting together with your mom & dad tomorrow for his birthday. Wish you, Lori & the girls could be there. You and your endeavor will probably be the main topic of conversation. Uncle Terry
This makes me smile.
This brought back some really great memories for me, so thank you for that, and thanks for being an inspiration!
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congrats man, you definitely have my respect!!
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Congratulations to each of you on your respective fantastic achievements!
As Gene913 & others have said, your efforts are (waaay) beyond impressive. Following your pursuits on 14ers.com the last two weeks has been totally compelling, utterly inspiring, and jaw dropping testament to what motivated, disciplined, dedicated, and iron-willed human beings are capable of achieving.
Thank you for allowing others like me to in some very small measure share your endeavors.
And best of luck in whatever your choices might be further challenges.
- matt pierce
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Congrats to you on an amazing run! I think back to some of the longer days or weekends Ive had on 14ers and think about how tired or worn out I was and then try to imagine doing 41 14ers in a week - inconceivable!
Very impressive! Congrats...
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