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2021.12.07 15:29 Jazzlike-Ad-9159 Cozy medieval fantasy house!
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2021.12.07 15:29 6_Battery_6 For anyone who needs it...
For anyone going through a rough patch, you have my support. I believe that you can do this. You are much stronger than you think, you just have to realise it. I wish you good fortune.
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2021.12.07 15:29 blackbrandt Blood Rock 50 Miler Race Report
Race Information Goals
|Goal ||Description ||Completed? |
|A ||Finish ||Yes |
|B ||Sub 18 ||Yes |
|C ||Sub 17 ||Yes |
|D ||Sub 16 ||No |
|Mile ||Time |
|10 ||2:42 |
|20 ||2:43 |
|30 ||3:16 |
|40 ||3:36 |
|50 ||3:40 |
I went into this race with about 3-4 months of devoted training. My biggest training month was October, with 186 miles and 15k feet elevation. November had a bit of a wrench thrown into the training plan due to unexpected family circumstances, which prevented me from training for about 10 days. Not ideal, but I rolled with the punches. I took about a 2 week taper, focusing on keeping myself moving with a lot of walks with the dog, but not as many runs. I did 1 tempo/threshold run a few days out, which was more or less an accident but I needed it for the mental break (the pre-race taper blues is a real thing for me).
Some more aspects of training that I found were extremely helpful: * Food training. I found that apple and sweet potato baby food pouches were extremely easy to swallow during my training runs. This along with Science in Sport gels soon were established as my main food. * Hill training. I chose to practice running on extremely steep and technical hills. I run with Black Diamond Distance Carbon Z poles, which would prove to be extraordinarily helpful on the course. * Time on feet: My 3 biggest activities during training were (1) 22 trail miles, 7 hour, 6k feet elev (for time on feet), (2) 21 trail miles, 3500 feet climbing, 14min/mi avg pace (stayed in Z2 almost the entire time), and (3) a 20 road mile tempo run (7:59 avg). * Recovery weeks: Every 2.5-3.5 weeks I would cut back my mileage and focus on very easy miles for the week, in order to let my body recover. Race Day
An overview of the race course: There were 4 race distances this weekend, a 25k, a 55k, a 50 miler, and a 100 miler. The 25k was the north loop, the 55k was the north and south loop, the 50 miler was the north loop, south loop, then north loop again, and the 100 miler was the 55k course 3 times. Course map is available here
Stayed at a hotel outside of the park the night before. I got no more than about 4 hours of sleep. Woke up around 3am and went over my nutrition and clothing plan for the 74th time while waiting to leave for the race. Got there around 0600 for an 0700 kickoff time. Section 1: Mile 0 - Mile 12.8/15.1(ish)? [AKA, first North loop]
Went out a little bit hot. Knocked out some faster miles on the road and service roads on the way to NTH, sticking with Harrison (another runner who I had met at the preview run 2 weeks prior) for a few miles. Ended up dropping her after starting some of the initial climbs. Dropped into the backcountry and experienced the extraordinarily difficult Barkley/Topless climbs. Somewhere in here, I joined a group of 2 guys: one non-descript guy who's name I don't remember, and one guy wearing a Let's Go Brandon t-shirt (those of you who know me well know that I am awful with names and therefore I remember almost nobody's names). From here on out, this group is LGB+Co. because I can't think of anything better. Cruised through Eagles Nest AS at 9.8 miles, grabbing some ginger ale and cheese quesadillas, and topping off my vest bladder with more tailwind. Felt solid coming back in on my first lap with a time of 3:40ish. My watch said 12.8 miles, course map said 15.1, and LGB+Co said 13.4 and 16.2. No one actually knew what mile it was. For the purposes of this race report, that was mile 15.1. We topped up on nutrition, more tailwind, and started the climb out of Cabins for the south loop. Section 2: Mile 15.1-35 [AKA, Terrace/Peavine or South loop]
This section was still feeling solid. Definitely more runnable than the North loop for the majority of the course. Some service roads and easy trails were a blessing to be able to stretch the legs out some and jog. After a nice long drop, I ended up at Terrace AS around mile 20.5. Terrace was a beautiful aid station in a big field. Changed out my shirt and socks, re-lubed everything, and popped a few salt tablets to help counteract some of the sweating that the jogging had started. LGB had started dealing with some IT band issues, so we took a few minutes at this AS while he tried to get his IT band worked out. Took a few minutes longer than I was hoping, but we had similar time goals in mind so I tried to stick with them. Right before I headed out, I had a small shot of some Wild Turkey to calm the nerves.
After leaving Terrace, LGB continued to slow, and I ended up dropping them on one of the road sections through the neighborhood. After a particularly brutal technical descent then climb into Peavine, I was dealing with some not-too-hot mental fatigue. Took a few minutes here to get myself collected, and get my nutrition plan back on track. Shoutout to the AS for having pot stickers as one of the food options available, those got me picked up again. Another sock change here because I had plenty of pairs ready, and I had a really comfortable set of socks planned out at the 34 mile mark. Got myself rehydrated, and grabbed my headlight because I'd be rolling into the next AS (Cabins/mi 34) about 20-30 minutes after sunset. Also switched out the lens on my sunglasses for my clear lenses. Headed out from the AS right as LGB+Co got in. That was the last I saw them in the race. If you are a careful reader, you'll see something I did at every other aid station that I forgot to do here ;-)
After about a mile, I went to go drink a bit more tailwind, and realized I had forgotten to top back up on my vest bladder. Some profanities were exclaimed. I estimated how much I had left at around a liter and ensured that I took the next 8 miles relatively gently to prevent myself from losing too much more fluid. I continued to go through gels to keep the electrolytes up. The monotonous trek across the ridgeline for several miles was not particularly helpful for the mental state, so I played some spotify on my phone to keep me going. I took 1-2 breaks when I saw comfy looking rocks and decided to sit and stretch out for a bit. Around a half mile out from the cabins AS, I heard the beautiful sound of cowbell, and picked up the pace again. Got into the cabins around 1700, around 10 hours into the race. My average pace had dropped by that point, down to around 17 minute miles. I learned at this point that a good number of people had dropped at the 55K mark, due to the sheer difficulty of the course. I had told myself coming into this race that I would drop for any physical injury, dehydration, or delirium. I had been dealing with some hot spots on my heels for an hour or so, which prompted a stop by the medic tent to see if he could work any magic. After an alcohol/iodine rinse over the heels, and a sock change, I felt better. He said that the rinse wouldn't fix the hotspots, but would buy me a few more miles before they got unbearable. I estimated that I had between 5 and 7 hours to go at this point. I also heard through the grapevine that there was a 2 hour extension on the original 18 hour cutoff time. My mental state had picked back up, and after filling up with more tailwind, ginger ale, and quesadillas, I was ready to go out for the last section. Section 3: Mile 35-50 [A repeat of North Loop]
I had made sure to pay careful attention to the North loop the first time I ran it in the daylight, as well as the information I had gleaned from it during the preview run 2 weeks prior. I knew that the two major climbs were Barkley (short, steep, but not terrible if you put your head down and go), and then Topless hill (a hill that's mentally debilitating... 3 false peaks, and once you get to the top of the ridge, you keep dropping back down and climbing back up for the next while). I caught up to Harrison again on one of the initial climbs, and stuck with that group as I had heard reports of some wolf/coyote packs howling, and I figured that a group would be safer, as well as good for the mental state. Lots of chatting and conversation ensued as we endured the PUDS (pointless ups and downs) that we had to look forward to. I was better at climbing, Harrison was better at descending, which meant that we ended up averaging around the same pace. We came across one of the 100M runners on Barkley, who we stuck with for a bit but soon left in the distance. As I neared the top of the hill, I felt a searing pain on the skin on my left heel. I knew something had happened with the hotspot, and it was too painful to even put that heel on the ground. I decided I couldn't do anything about it anyway so I resolved to not do anything about it until I got to the finish line. Once we got to Topless, I got another wind of energy and proceeded to power up the hill, leaving the group behind me. I took every hill one step at a time. My heel had gone numb, and at this point in the race, I was not feeling any pain anymore. I felt like I was floating across the ground. I rolled through Eagle's Nest again, chugged some ginger ale and ate some cheese, and pushed myself for the final descent and the last few miles. At this point I gave up on trying to eat, as even the though of food was nauseating. The descent out of Eagle's Nest was probably the most brutal descent of my life. My quads were completely shot, and every descending step was more and more difficult. I watched the numbers on my altimeter drop... I started around 1100 and knew the bottom was somewhere around 650-700. The only saving grace was knowing once I hit the bottom of this climb, I was home free. I heard some cowbell (thanks to my amazing crew) at the bottom of the hill, so I knew I was almost there. I finally hit the bottom, took a second to collect myself and check my mileage, and jogged out the last 2 miles. I see the finish line, and jog through it as my watch reads 16 hours and 4 minutes, 11,000 feet of climbing, and 45.8 miles (GPS was rather wonky through some sections). Post Race:
The first thing I did was take a shot of Jagermeister to numb the feeling of sheer exhaustion. I stopped by the medic tent again and had him take a look at my heel. Turns out the pain was from the blister forming, and there wasn't much he could do about it, so I went on my way. Crew helped me pack up and we left for the hotel. I laid on the floor with my legs elevated for a bit, ate a bit of food, and passed out.
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2021.12.07 15:29 SpideryMan I'm really looking forward to Godfall CE!
I was looking forward to it for pretty much the entire month, and I heard amazing things about the whole roguelite mode at the end of the game. Even played a lot of Remnant to get a feel for a third person roguelite. I guess what a lot of people fail to understand is that the godfall endgame is infinite and can be played as many times as you want with procedurally generated environments and dungeons. If you're seeing this and have been wanting a cool little third person roguelike then you should give it a shot even if it's being torn apart a bit online. I think I'll love it. :)
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2021.12.07 15:29 istilladoremy64 eBookMan Lives website is on the move
Due to budget constraints (a.k.a. I'm broke), I've had to find a different web host for the eBookMan Lives website. Now that I've found a cheaper alternative, I'm in the process of migrating the content of the site. So, for the short term, download content will be mostly unavailable until the move is complete.
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2021.12.07 15:29 AlexAbaxial Question about LUCT (PSP) Premium Edition
Hi, big Tactics Ogre fan here.
Was the Premium Edition of the game (box set with art book and soundtrack CD) only released in PAL regions, or is there a US version?
I played through One Vision and thoroughly enjoyed it, but think I want a physical copy of the original now.
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2021.12.07 15:29 coffeemuginmyhand Has anyone found their time on accutane kind of healing?
I know this is probably a weird thought, but I’m on month 3 and have found that I’m really prioritizing my health, the way I view myself, and just overall taking great care of myself. Accutane sucks and purging for 3 months is horrible, but at the same time it has kind of forced me to come face with a lot of demons and to spend a lot of time reflecting and focusing on myself. Also doesn’t hurt that I’m perhaps finally seeing some results with my skin :) Idk just thought I’d share my thoughts and see if anyone else is going through the same.
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I got my terrestrial snails back in october and they were pretty active. Since around thanksgiving it's gotten colder in my area, low 50s to med 60s and they have barely come out of their shells. I'm wondering if this is normal or if I should get them a heat source. I put out new food and spray their tank pretty often but it doesn't seem to help :(. I think they're cold but not sure what to do about it!!
TLDR: should i get a heat source for my hibernating snails?
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Wondering if this is something I can do myself? I can't find any information where this part is located.
Does anyone have any experience with this? If so can you please share any advice or recommendations.
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