WRC2009 Ewe Row!

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Postby Sheepster » April 11th, 2009, 11:36 pm

ChuckA wrote: When I started, my goal was 120 Km with a 150 Km stretch goal. With a week to go, it's gravy from here to the end.


Congratulations on far exceeding your goal!! (The sheep have been wondering if you'll reach 200, 000... just over 5K/day in the next 4 days... but either way think it's a GREAT accomplishment. )

My only embarrassment is that leg of lamb is on the menu for Easter dinner.... (I hope I won't be kicked off the team for that one.)


No worries here. The sheep were just having a little fun. Although I used to be vegetarian, I started eating meat again for health reasons and I actually eat more lamb than any other meat. I'm fortunate to live where fresh locally raised lamb is readily available. Enjoy your Easter leg of lamb. :)
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Postby ChuckA » April 15th, 2009, 8:40 pm

I finished - broke 200km today.
Thanks for having me on the team. The weather is getting warm enough to break out the bike soon for morning rides.
Best,
Chuck
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Postby Sheepster » April 16th, 2009, 9:44 pm

ChuckA wrote:I finished - broke 200km today.
Thanks for having me on the team. The weather is getting warm enough to break out the bike soon for morning rides.
Best,
Chuck


Congratulations! on crossing 200,000 meters!!! Image
The sheep offer you the 200,000 m sheep massage! http://www.sheepcafe.de/cards/flash/massagesheep.swf

and this picture:
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Enjoyed having you on the team. It was fun. The sheep enjoyed cheering the team on so much, they encouraged me to have the Ewe Row! team listed as a year round team. So you can now affiliate with the Ewe Row! team in your profile! Please join us! (No need to go into sheep fun withdrawal between now and the Fall Rowing Challenge ;) )

Today's Sheep link doesn't have any sheep in it - but rather was contributed by the sheep as a tribute to the members of the team and their rowing efforts during the WRC.

http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~geoffo/humour/flattery.html
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