A bend in the road is not the end of the road unless you fail to make the turn....

It's gonna get harder before it gets easier. But it will get better, you just gotta make it through the hard stuff first.

Friday, July 11, 2008

Just a glimpse.

The order is opposite, but it doesn't really matter. Hardrock Camp is the best place on Earth. You're missing out on life if not planning on been here one day, if only to see it happening. I am off to have crazy fun!!!







20 comments:

  1. What an awesome place! And, race atmosphere! Keep Mike in line and don't let him leave Ouray before 7pm. ;) Be safe and have a blast!!!

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  2. I agree it is so amazing there. I can't wait to go back.

    Thanks for posting the pictures. Tell BW to kick some butt and we are all cheering for him via our computers back her at home!

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  3. Great photos! I can only imagine.

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  4. look at how in shape you are, girl! that's awesome!!!

    oh yeah, and the scenery is beautiful too :)

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  5. look at how in shape you are, girl! that's awesome!!!

    oh yeah, and the scenery is beautiful too :)

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  6. friggin so Jealous...looks great and is on my list!..have an awesome time and KEEP Mike Moving!!!

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  7. Beautiful pics! You look great, too.

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  8. looks amazingly wonderful!

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  9. It does look wonderful. Enjoy - you deserve it, girly!

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  10. I'm so JEALOUS! Mostly of your location and being at Hardrock but also of your hardrock bod :p

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  11. Great photos! Have fun! I envy the cool weather you are experiencing.

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  12. Ha, Danni's comment is funny and I agree.

    It's beautiful there!

    Hope you're all having a great, successful weekend!

    Meghan

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  13. Great pics! Looks like an awesome time!

    And whatabout your abs! Fabulous.

    :)

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  14. Congrats MIKE BURKE finished HARDROCK 100 in 11th place - 33 hours 51 mins, WOW ...

    Way to Go Mike & olga for pacing him!!

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  15. Awesome shots. I'm kicking myself for not coming out and pacing my friend Paul Schoenlaub. Looks like a blast.

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  16. Awesome...in more ways than one! : )

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  17. You should get the crew/pacer extraordinaire award! Not only did you crew BW, but many others, as well, while you were waiting at aid stations. Then, you pace BW from Grouse for 14+ hours to a PR finish??? Simply amazing! Never rested from the beginning of the race until way past the finish. Time for you to get some much needed rest. You deserve it! :)

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  18. Nice pics! So...did you see the trail of fire from Kyle Skaggs as he blew off the first ever sub-24 there? :-)

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  19. It was nice seeing you out there!
    Good job pacing. Mike is a stud!

    The HR100 course is beyond imagination. I've seen it all and it doesn't seem to sink all the way in - it's so unreal. The miles remind me of dog-years. They say 1 human year equals 15 dog years. So talk about HR miles...

    I have to do this race. Leadville is a piece of cake compared to this.
    Most beautiful course in the US.

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