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CoolDad67

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  1. I'm taking the following approach to mileage and my journey: Count any "exercise miles" including elliptical, stationary bike, etc. as given by said odometers Count any "recreation miles" including hiking, biking, canoeing, walking the dogs, etc. as tracked on MapMyFitness or other tracking apps as long as they are "people powered" / "non-motorized" Count any daily walking as recorded on FitBit. Less, of course, the steps / miles accrued from "exercise & recreation" above. My logic is that the hobbits and companions accrued miles other than walking such as on ponies
  2. Greetings Everyone, I'm a new member here. Was looking for additional motivation to keep moving and ran across the "Walk to Mordor" challenge. I was thinking about something along these lines and decided to join the quest. I'm a big fan of "The Hobbit" and "Lord of the Rings". In the past, I started a "virtual walk" to see how far I could walk; but, lost interest after a while. I'm hoping that having a group of people doing this quest will keep me interested and motivated to keep logging. A little about me: I'm a "half-century" guy who loves the outdoors. I'm o
  3. I'm a new member and I'm in on this. I'll be back-filling to January 1. I'll be using a combination of my FitBit steps / miles, Cardio Workouts (e.g., elliptical, treadmill, bike, etc.), and MapMyFitness for other exercise (e.g., biking, hiking, canoeing, etc.).
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