Old 11-08-11, 10:16 AM
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Congratulations! That's the way to bounce back and get things back on track! Good work!

FWIW, I found that once I hit the 15-mile mark it was pretty easy to go a lot further: plan a route long similar terrain, stick to the same pace that got you to 15mi and take a 5-10 minute break if you feel yourself getting tired. You'll be doing 30-40 miles in no time!
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