THE ART OF LIGHTWEIGHT LONG-DISTANCE

THE BOOK OF THE BIVVY
by Ronald Turnbull

Chapter 7
THE ART OF LIGHTWEIGHT LONG-DISTANCE の一節


When I set out over all the hills of Southern Scotland, I was chasing a record of Colin Donnelly. Donnelly is one of the fastest hill men in Scotland and roughly twice as fast as me. Each day he ran - very fast - from 9am till 5pm. Each day I ran - rather slowly - from 5am to 9pm; and I ended up two days ahead.

You don't go far by going fast. Going fast just gets you tired. You go far by going for a long time.




Peace!!(・ ・)v
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