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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPiney View Post
    My daughter was able to attend the first year of a local running camp.

    Here is a great write-up about it: https://ultrarunning.com/featured/de...s-are-alright/

    She gets referenced in the article
    "Discipleship is not a spectator sport. We cannot expect to experience the blessing of faith by standing inactive on the sidelines any more than we can experience the benefits of health by sitting on a sofa watching sporting events on television and giving advice to the athletes. And yet for some, “spectator discipleship” is a preferred if not primary way of worshipping." -Pres. Uchtdorf

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    That's great, BP. Thanks for sharing it.
    "What are you prepared to do?" - Jimmy Malone

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    That’s pretty awesome, piney. Good for your girl

    Convict lake is one place I would love to visit sometime. looks incredible.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bluegoose View Post
    That’s pretty awesome, piney. Good for your girl

    Convict lake is one place I would love to visit sometime. looks incredible.


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    It's only 45 minutes from my door. You are welcome anytime.

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    Have any of you seen or used an app called Relive? I must have signed up for it (through Strava, perhaps?) and it's kind of cool. I received an email showing me this morning's run. It's an aerial shot of my neighborhood and follows my run along the path that I took. It's virtual, not real video, but it's still fun to watch. It even included a flag where I'd stopped to change podcasts on my phone, which means I can't stop for brief rests since I'm being watched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaloAltoCougar View Post
    Have any of you seen or used an app called Relive? I must have signed up for it (through Strava, perhaps?) and it's kind of cool. I received an email showing me this morning's run. It's an aerial shot of my neighborhood and follows my run along the path that I took. It's virtual, not real video, but it's still fun to watch. It even included a flag where I'd stopped to change podcasts on my phone, which means I can't stop for brief rests since I'm being watched.
    My friend posts those. He works for Esri. Not sure if they are involved or not. I'll check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaloAltoCougar View Post
    Have any of you seen or used an app called Relive? I must have signed up for it (through Strava, perhaps?) and it's kind of cool. I received an email showing me this morning's run. It's an aerial shot of my neighborhood and follows my run along the path that I took. It's virtual, not real video, but it's still fun to watch. It even included a flag where I'd stopped to change podcasts on my phone, which means I can't stop for brief rests since I'm being watched.
    I have gotten and enjoyed Relive videos for a couple of years now. I never subscribed, I have no idea how they started. But I like them. If you stop along the way to take pictures and load them to Strava, it will display the picture when it gets to the point in the path that you took it.

    Here is a random recent mountain bike ride from Relive, if someone wants to see what they are like.
    https://www.relive.cc/view/1720559812

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo Diddley View Post
    So far so good. I've had minimal pain since the surgery, but being laid up is a pain. I'll know better over the next several weeks how fast the recovery goes. I'll turn around and do the right foot just as soon as I can.
    Had the left foot operated on May 15, right one on August 31. The left foot plateaued waiting for the right foot. Now they're both starting to get stronger. I rode my bike #sorryDH for the first time in a year. I went 12 miles at about a 15-16 mph pace on the paved canal trail. Hopefully running soon as well.

    My feet are noticably better, but still sore and tight from the procedure.

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