Author Topic: FACE OF FATIGUE.  (Read 21088 times)

mad max

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FACE OF FATIGUE.
« on: 09:21:59, 19/10/11 »
If you have any photo's of forum member's looking tired whilst walking please post them here.
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #1 on: 09:23:28, 19/10/11 »
Howie looks like he's got longer leg now  ;)
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #2 on: 09:24:17, 19/10/11 »
I look simply effervescent there  ::) :)
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #3 on: 09:25:32, 19/10/11 »
I look simply effervescent there  ::) :)

Lovely windswept hair Pete  ;)
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #4 on: 09:27:34, 19/10/11 »

Lovely windswept hair Pete  ;)

In fairness, as Howie was present it had been Peeing down all day, and I'd just taken my hat off  ;D ;D
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #5 on: 13:05:32, 19/10/11 »
Towards the end of the Wilmot Wander, a 32 mile walk circumnavigating Derby:
 


 
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #6 on: 19:53:07, 19/10/11 »
Luckily the 'foward party' had [censored] off by the time I got down from CG so there are no pics - I think they may have won the prize if there'd been any.




Pete, I thought you had holly on your head like a Chrimbo pud.


(The censored actually makes that look worse than the word I actually used O0   ;D )
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #7 on: 20:10:46, 19/10/11 »
Max ,i'm going to have a ball with this thread. I'll match you like for like .I'll have to dig deep and have a look for that one of you on Foel Boeth ( Arenig ).Remember when you were walking like you'de been on the lash all day.
 
Here's one to get the ball rolling .

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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #8 on: 20:50:34, 19/10/11 »
Towards the end of the Wilmot Wander, a 32 mile walk circumnavigating Derby:

I thought that location looked familiar ... it looks like the face of someone who's realised it's not a bad cycle track and they've not got a bike  ;D

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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #9 on: 20:55:10, 19/10/11 »
De-hydrated after doing the Glyders in a mini heatwave!
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #10 on: 20:57:57, 19/10/11 »


Qualiteeeeeeee  O0
JOester s looks good too!



BTW if you pick ANY pic of me on ANY walk i will look knackered  ;D
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #11 on: 21:11:45, 19/10/11 »
I thought that location looked familiar ... it looks like the face of someone who's realised it's not a bad cycle track and they've not got a bike  ;D

This made me laugh out loud!  That's exactly how it was!  There was over 5 miles of this from Swarkeston to the city centre, I'd have rather there'd been a mountain in the way.
(I'll be entering again in January, except this time I plan to run it...)
 
Ruthr's looks rather glamourous, really.
 
AJ, I think you're correct about your general demenour!
 
(And how can we ever tell if Max is fatigued, or has simply fallen over again?)
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #12 on: 21:16:24, 19/10/11 »


Ruthr's looks rather glamourous, really.
 
AJ, I think you're correct about your general demenour!
 
(And how can we ever tell if Max is fatigued, or has simply fallen over again?)


I'll try harder next time!
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #13 on: 21:24:10, 19/10/11 »
second photo, person on the far right, awesome ( sorry i dont know you ), and ruth i can just imagine what your feet feel like
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Re: FACE OF FATIGUE.
« Reply #14 on: 21:40:00, 19/10/11 »
De-hydrated after doing the Glyders in a mini heatwave!




Thought something looked familiar about this picture