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Thread: Stud Mill Road by Bicycle

  1. #21
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    Having done most of the caches on the smr by car and knowing what it takes I think doing it by bicycle has to be one if not the greatest accomplishment! Congrats tat!!!
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    Thumbs up He da man...

    I have seen Tom in action on a bike more than once. Caching by bike in North Carolina while there for GW5. Riding up and beating the jeeps and trucks down on the Mt Kennebago Progressive run during Useless in Eustis I. Plus riding in numerous Trek Across Maine runs. And I guess he half peddled his way on the Maine Island Trail with his hybrid kayak. If anyone was going to do a Centum by bike then it would have to be Tom.
    Happy Trails!
    Yeah it's a Jeep thing!


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    Default Great job!

    That accomplishment adds a whole new level to the Centum Challenge! Contrat's TAT!
    Wandering with a purpose!

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    Having to do so many in the dark from midnight on, as well as on the bike, is an amazing accomplishment. Well done TAT!
    "Always remember that you are unique, just like everyone else."

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    Default Really!

    Absolutely amazing Tom. Well done. I remember reading about Gob-ler's centrum run in, I think, Maryland and being impressed. I never did get the chance to talk to him about it. And then Mainiac1957, Quilting Mom and Sudinom doing a centrum in Tennessee. Impressive as well. And then the power runs came along. While I don't mean to minimize what anyone has accomplished, this truly is impressive as a centrum run. WOW!

    Karen, a 12 hour adventure starting at midnight and continuing thru the night into the day. Impressive as well. I know a lot went into this and all three....Jon, Karen and Tom deserve and have earned a hearty pat on the back. Kudos to all.
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    Yes, I agree. Add my pat on the back to all of you.
    "Always remember that you are unique, just like everyone else."

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    Congratulations to all of you for even attempting to take this on! Very impressive!

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    MOST IMPRESSIVE! Congrats to KK and TAT and a round of applause to Jon.
    Way to meet a goal!
    They say I have A.D.D. but they just don't understand. Oh Look! A chicken!

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    Congratulations Tom! Wow!! I am impressed.
    "There is nothing- absolutely nothing- half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats". Wind In the Willows

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