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Flat 15 yesterday, 6,000' and 16+ today. 50k weekend, just gotta be able to put it together in a day over the next 2 months. 
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Yep.  Definitely been a year since I've done any yoga.  Definitely feeling it.  Definitely need to keep at it, since I needs me some strength and balance.

I did feel very in control while bouldering afterwards, which is nice.
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Awesome! Jelly right now. 
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Awesome place and even better shots my friend 
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Egads, this website is incredible.
Editor's Note: Last year I made a list off the top of my head of awesome things other people did. I loved doing it so much that I'm doing it again for 2014. Like last year, I have surely missed awesome things people have done. If you know of some, you should make your own list or add it to the ...
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Headed from the airport to home. At least the second time I've had a horrible experience going this direction, and it seems like a systematic organizational problem. They don't know how to manage their fleet. Take uber, take the RTD bus, don't gamble on a bad system failing on you.
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Thoroughly average food and service.
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I initially had a good experience, until I looked at my bill and discovered the sales rep had blatantly lied to me about the specifics of a promotion. Unfortunately, I was in the middle of a cross-country move, and was not aware of the deception until I looked at my bill. But, because I did this outside of the 14-day window, I'm either stuck as a Sprint customer for a couple of years, or out some money for a large ETF fee. Honestly though, it might be worth it to get away from Sprint. There are other underdogs in the industry worth supporting more.
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