Monday, October 31, 2011

Good-Bye October Hello November

Wait! Stop!  Hold on!  Let me catch up!  This year is going too fast!   

Out & About in 2011 below shows ground coverage for the month of October with the "Total" tallies being just for the month.  Comparing my year-to-date digits to those of last year for this time, there is no way 2011 will top 2010!  I may be competitive within myself but that is as far as it goes!
Speaking of being competitive, I will take and own being the leader any way, any chance, any how I can get it!  As it stands at the end of the day on October 30th, I placed #1 on Peakery for Canada for the number of peaks summited in the past 30 days.  No, I am not competitive!  I do need to clarify that many summiteers are not members of Peakery and many summiteers summited peaks that are not listed on Peakery.  But, hey, like I said, I will take being #1, if only for a fleeting moment.
November, please take your time in passing!  
I may not get the opportunity to be out and about as much this November, but will try and make up for it with quality.  



2 comments:

  1. Congrats on being number one in Peakery! that is fun for sure!

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  2. Congratulations on your summit achievements. November is an interesting mounth which can offer good hiking on one side of a mountain and snowshoeing on the other side. Opal Range. Kananaskis Trail or Smith-Dorrien. In late October, I enjoyed a summer-like hike to the ghost town of Georgetown below Mount Rundle and west of Canmore. Gotta love the mountains. Never a dull moment. Nice Memorial touch.

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