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Date Posted: 16:05:45 04/01/07 Sun
Author: silas
Subject: Re: Distance Traveled
In reply to: Dan Hadley 's message, "Re: Distance Traveled" on 21:40:56 03/31/07 Sat

>After all that, I'm not sure what you're saying,
>except that maybe you were checking your pedometer too

What I was saying is that the distance on the maps is fine if always stayed on the trail, never backtracked on the trail, or never visited the circle of pickets. There's more to marching than going from one point to another on a map.

I only checked when folks were whining about how many miles we might have marched during a particular day. I didn't hear any complaining about mileage on day three. Guess we were just too tired to care.


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