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Monday, August 21, 2006

Angeles Crest 100 Training Run - Baden-Powell

The Beginning

The End
Photo is of Ken, Jean and me.


Had a great training run this past Sunday. Must have done around 31 miles. Ran out of water. Got lost. Got found and lost again. Threw up. Long story. Ken and I finally made it out...alive, and none-too-worse-for-wear.

A group of Swiss tourists took this photo and a few more. They were amazed at my 40 year old Volkswagen and my FiveFingers shoes.

Best Regards, Barefoot Ted

PS. A big "thank you" to Hal Winton for what he does for all of us involved in the Angeles Crest 100.

The Swiss Rescue Team: Fredy, Lucas and Christian - push start the VW

Vibram FiveFingers after 31 miles of tough trail

1966 VW Beetle, 40 year old car, still going strong

Mt. Baden-Powel, Elevation 9399 ft / 2865 m, second highest in Angeles Forest

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Christian said...

Hey Ted

It was great meeting you and your friends on San Gabriel Mountains! Just loved your 66' Beetle and were very fascinated about your FiveFingers.

Best regards from the Lake Zurich Area, Switzerland.

On behalf of Fredy, Lucas and myself...

...hope to see you, soon again!

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

 
Blogger Barefoot Ted said...

Thanks again for the photos and help push-starting my beetle.

You can learn more about FiveFingers at www.vibramfivefingers.com

BFT

Thursday, September 07, 2006

 

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