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    Quote Originally Posted by kahiba View Post
    Buzz, the news said it got down to -1C in Canberra. We had 38C at our place on the same day and desperately need some rain. We walk around 6am because it is still hot right up to dark, or hotter than I'm prepared to walk in, anyway.
    Sure did its most unseasonal. I need to toughen up and get out there anyway!
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    32.8 km so far for me.

    The weather forecast is good for the weekend. I hope to do two longer walks (but nothing spectacular).

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    Alright this is what I have so far by way of update, let me know if yours needs further updating, good work everyone! Still not too late for more to join in!

    Roary: 63.8km
    Kahiba: 38km
    Turnstone: 32.8km
    Buzz71: 31.8m
    Kapela: 31.3km
    Sigi: 16.2km
    ljq309: 15km
    dado: 4.5km
    Jovana: 2.5km

    Still need distance data from:

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    Fiji:
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    Today I could add another 6.6 km, which makes a total of 39.4 km so far.

    I had a nice walk in the hills near my father-in-laws house. I had some problems with my shoes, otherwise I would have added about 2 km more. I am not used to walk in traditional hiking shoes anymore... my feet hurt and I was afraid to get blisters. But it's too cold to walk in VFFs, and even for my water shoes. Well, at least for me. I get cold feet even in summer

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    6.6kms this morning - total 21.6
    Lost the weight using CW. Now I just want to be healthier.
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    Sigi checking in: done plenty of good walking this week (ah, cooler weather), so total to date now 33.3 km.
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    24.6, wow you guys are dedicated walkers.
    Lost the weight using CW. Now I just want to be healthier.
    Lisa's primal-ish when she feels like it journal.
    Feel free to read and/or comment, but don't expect me to listen.
    Distance walked 2012: 321 kms as of June 15.

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    get ready for a walking onslaught from dado

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    Have been away since Sunday babysitting a 3 yr old. Didn't get to do any purposeful walking although we did go for walks at his pace.
    Will get back into it tomorrow.
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    Another 12,85km today. So a total of: 44,13 km.

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