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  1. Jeremy B
    December 27, 2010

    Great adventure Ted! So cool to be out there skiing by yourself. You avoided the holiday crowds and had the outdoors to yourself. Plus, cross country skiing is the best exercise you can get. For the adventure and outdoor guy like yourself, I can understand how this was the perfect day!

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  2. Ted Nelson
    December 27, 2010

    Thanks for allowing me to post on this cool website. Look forward to more Downtown traveler posts in the future.

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  3. Jeff Titelius
    December 28, 2010

    Sounds like the whole world was your oyster for that afternoon on your fun adventure through the trails. Nothing like getting back to nature to reflect on life while exercising your adventurous heart out! Great article and pics as well!!

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  4. santafetraveler
    December 28, 2010

    Thought I was on the wrong blog when I saw you Ted-lol. Incredible photos- dunes and the sunset blew me away.

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  5. Traveling Ted
    December 6, 2011

    Great to read this article again as it was the first cross-country skiing outing of last year. I am so ready for cross-country skiing. I have been using my old cross-country ski boots I have had since high school. The last two years I had to duct tape them together to keep them from falling apart. This year I bought new boots, new poles, and had my skiis hot waxed and repaired. I only need some snow.

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    • Leslie Koch
      December 7, 2011

      Hopefully it will snow soon so you can test our your new gear! It’s been so warm in NYC, I can’t believe it’s December already!

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