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Re: completing the Sunland 50 barefoot!


Are you sure it was a real horse?! ;-)

Funny, just when things seem all-out impossible, someone has to go
out and show that it can be done!  What's a nay-sayer to do?!  What a
way to inaugurate the barefoot endurance website we're working on....

(sorry - couldn't help myself!) :-)

Tracey RitterPortland, OR (soon to be Camas, WA)

--- wrote:> ATTACHMENT part 5
> Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2001 17:59:35 -0700
> From: "Sandy Bolinger" <>> To:
> Subject: sunland 50 miles> 
> Wow...just found out someone completed the Sunland ride barefoot!! 
> No easy boots or anything.  Finished middle of the back with
> excellent scores!!!!!  (I've heard this is a rocky ride???)  > 
> ATTACHMENT part 7 message/rfc822 > Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2001 18:56:45
> From: "Sandy Bolinger" <>
> To: "ride" <>
> Subject: RC:  Fw: [naturalhorsetrim] Sunland 50 mile ride --- >
> ----- Robyn told me I could post this on ride
camp.................> > 
> > Just got back from having a wonderful time at the Sunland 50
mile> ride.
> For those of you not familiar with the ride, the terrain is>
> with rocks, rocks, and more rocks (almost the whole way). Big>
rocks, little
> rocks, sharp rocks, sharp jagged rocks, ankle twisting rocks, you>
name it we
> encountered it. It is known as the most difficult ride in the>
region for
> having both rocks and hills. The terrain is pretty much a barefoot>
> worst nightmare for 50 miles.


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