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9/10/2012 3:52:23 PM
Right on, yes....many have had that for twenty plus years....I am one of them, feel it every year!!!..... HOOAH...see you next year!!!! In response to: What an amazing experience! I am a flatlander, but have been up the Barr Trail several times, so I was expecting a sub 4:30 time. I have never had to deal with altitude sickness, but on Saturday it came on with a vengeance! It started before Barr Camp and lasted all day. I don't remember much of the day, but I do remember one woman above Barr Camp. We kept passing each other and taking turns getting sick, I finally decided after the A-frame that the sooner I got up the sooner I would be on my way down. I could not talk much of the day so I want to take this time to say thanks to all of the volunteers, EP search and rescue, and all the other runner that kept me going! How crazy is it that I felt this terrible and I am ready to sign up again?
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