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At the library : trail runs : outrageous print costs

May 17, 2007

I’m am at the South Bend Main Library, waiting for Sarah so we can get on the plane. All the computers have cameras now so you get to see me waiting, as well as read about it.

Me at library

My only thought at the moment is that the library charges $0.15 per page to print. This is outrageous.

In Colorado I’m planning on two trail runs.

  1. Mesa Trail, Boulder, CO. 6.6 mi with no net elevation change. From

    Many runners consider this to be one of the best trail runs in the United States.

  2. Gem Lake Trail, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO. Starts at 7740 ft. 2 miles with +1090 feet elevation gain.

    At 8,830 feet, Gem Lake lives up to its name. Granitic boulders, ledges and cliffs surround this small rain fed jewel. The trail travels along south and east facing slopes wandering in and out of a couple narrow canyons between granitic outcroppings. Interesting rock formations inspire the imagination. Several sections offer great views of Estes Park, Twin Sisters, Longs Peak, and the Continental Divide in Rocky Mountain National Park.


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