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how do you get from NY to London???

Started by tstruyk, April 11, 2007, 04:26:04 PM

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tstruyk

Google maps of course...

go to google, click on maps...

Click get directions

Left box enter New York, right box enter London

Click get directions...

scroll down the directions list to 23

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Garywc

which part of ny?
from NJ i go

thruway over the tapenzee bridge to 287 to 684 north tworads Brewster. then 84 to the mass pike. the go one exit to 290 to 495 to 93 north
to 393 east to 106 north to the track
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That rocks. Them Google folks is funny sum-beatches.  :thumb:
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Quote from: tstruyk on April 11, 2007, 05:34:37 PM
:banghead:

thats an N not a U...
it took me a few minutes to figure out what you ment
my bad
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I like the travel time quote....  about 29 days + 10 hours.

Damn Tim, I knew you used to be a fast ass swimmer (or was that fat ass swimmer?) I had no idea you were still in that kind of shape!! :cheers:
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29 days is a long swim!!!  I think that averages out to like 5mph... a little optimistic for an average speed in open water. 

In shape?  sure... round is a shape right?!?!?!

Havent been a fast swimmer since I was 17.... tried training a few years ago... thinking I would knock out an easy 1000... I think I knocked out a struggling 200.   :err:
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And just think, a lifeguard swam from Bimini to Dania Beach FL. I think that took a full day.
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I was reading the other day where a guy swam the full length of the Amizon River. His last world record was for swiming the full length of the Mississippi River. he was kind of fat too. not even close to the shape you would think someone doing that would be in.
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Quote from: Court Jester on April 13, 2007, 08:36:49 AM
he was kind of fat too. not even close to the shape you would think someone doing that would be in.

Fat floats..  So maybe for endurance swimming a few extra lbs aren't a bad thing  :biggrin:
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