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Day Six

February 6, 2008

“If what you did yesterday still looks big to you today, then you must not have done anything today.” 
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13 comments

  1. 1000 yards at Visser Y this morning. All of you high yard people are killing me. I’m going to have to start stepping it up! 🙂


  2. 3700 last night amidst the flying noodles and screaming kids at the visser’s “open swim”…not a good idea.

    2800 this morning…anyone else have a permanent chlorine smell yet?


  3. 2200 yards at Visser this morning.


  4. 1100 yards at DDH Y.


  5. 1500 this afternoon with Ronson. Anyone else sick of winter?!


  6. Ok, so I had every intention of starting today, a good recovery from the marathon – but this winter storm has the YMCA closing and since I didn’t go earlier…I’m out of luck. Tomorrow.


  7. 2000 Yards at the DDH YMCA – saw Perry, Ronson and Katie.

    Winter? Remember the color blue? or any color for that matter besides grey. I miss the orange round glowing circle thing. Is it Spring yet?


  8. 5000 yards at HAC. My work sent everyone home at 1:00 pm today, so I figured since I had some extra time that I would put in a few extra yards.


  9. 900 yards for me and I may be done for a few days. Seems the ice this winter weather brings causes the clumsy to fall and injure themselves. Keep up the great swims and watch out for the slippery stuff outside.


  10. DDHY closed at 6 last night so i barely squeezed in my 1200 yards after work.


  11. 1100 yards with Pat (no stache) at the DDHY before they closed.


  12. 18×50 free


  13. 1500 yards.



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