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QUOTE (crazylegs @ Apr 26 2018, 08:43 AM) *
Soon as I read that I immediately thought of this biggrin.gif Duelling Banjo's!

That really is a great movie scene.
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QUOTE (vsberlina @ Apr 25 2018, 10:13 PM) *
I understand the concept. It utilizes different muscles as the gradient isn't constant. Great for building up fitness.
But there's hillbillies in them thar hills, so it's pretty dangerous. You need to watch the movie, 'Deliverance'. biggrin.gif

If you can't find friends that want to play football, then you need to dump those friends and get new ones.

Bah - I walk the hills of Kentucky every week, and there are several people "trail-running" along the 2-mile ridgeline loop.

Of course, I also have a 65 lb. dog with me.

Mostly, though, those hillbillies want you to leave them, and their land, alone. So, if you stick to defined, public trails, you should be fine. It's when you start wandering off the beaten path that you can find yourself in trouble. And, if you ever see a still in the woods? Run, as quickly as possible, back to the beaten path. You don't want to piss off the 'shiners.


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QUOTE (scoobyliscious @ Apr 26 2018, 01:24 PM) *
Mostly, though, those hillbillies want you to leave them, and their land, alone. So, if you stick to defined, public trails, you should be fine. It's when you start wandering off the beaten path that you can find yourself in trouble. And, if you ever see a still in the woods? Run, as quickly as possible, back to the beaten path. You don't want to piss off the 'shiners.

It'd be rude not to ask for a sample.


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