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Tuesday, November 07, 2006

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Betsy

Hi Dean:

It's an amazing thing you have done - we participated in the Stowe Vermont run and you inspired my niece Sarah to begin to run. Thank you.

We posted a YouTube video on the VT run, if you have time, check it out. It's no Journey Film but it captured the day for us :-). http://motheroftheyear.blogspot.com/2006/10/50-in-50-in-50.html

Oh, and can you tell Topher that "His Favorite Person in the World" says hi.

Laugh and Grow Strong,
Betsy Reilly Hansen

PS I would rather you did not post this comment.

Karen

Awesome job Dean. My brother, who has been running for at least 25 years and done 14 marathons, just watched one of the videos. He emailed me. He's inspired to do something, "wild and crazy!" We're putting our heads together :) Thank you!! By the way, Anchorage named Oct 2 as 'your day'. I'm thinking we need to do something October 2, 2007 to celebrate active kids and people. :)

John Gerstner-Minneapolis

Dean,
Congrats!...never a doubt! All your fans are going to miss logging in every night and reading your days stories. Which means only one thing...get going on that next book! I have enjoyed these last 50 days especially #37. I hope our paths cross again on a run somewhere. Good work on inspiring the kids! Lets all keep it goin'!
Regards,
John G.

steve hearst

Dean,

Thank you for helping open my eyes to my (our) potential.

Chris Wile

Dean-
Once again THANKS! What a wonderful experience. You have touched and motivated so many people. I just watched the video link-fantastic!!! Now I can't wait for the release of the movie. Keep on doing what your doing! You're the best!
Chris

Lou

Congratulations, Dean on completing an adventure of a life time! I've followed your daily runs on your blog and on trainright.com and have been inspired along the way. I thought about you and what you were doing when I ran my Columbus marathon back in October and pushed myself to qualify for Boston 2007! You inspired many, thank you. Lou

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