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I'm going for a cup of tea....   Does that count?

I am in awe of all of you...but I am proud that after at least 15 years of total slugdom...after 3 1/2 weeks I am walking 1.6 miles in 30 minutes on my treadmill!!

Took a personal day and made it a 3 day weekend.  Went to Palm Springs and hiked the Indian Canyons.  74F degrees (23C) and sunny in January 🤯. Averaged nearly 15 miles per day with some decent elevat

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Did a 4 day backpacking trip with my 20 year old nephew last week on the Trans-Catalina Trail.  Very challenging hike with steep up and downs.  Amazing scenery.

 

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43 minutes ago, BKP said:

Yup.  22 miles off the coast of Southern California. 🏝️

I lived in the Valley for 11 months a long time ago and always wanted to go there but never did. Used to pile my surfboard into my TR3 and head down Topanga Canyon to surf at Malibu. Those were the days 🏄‍♂️

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