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Geo - that's very cool! Hope the century/train ride pans out.

yeah, wasn't sure how tight the top part of the bib is supposed to be. Having a shorter torso most likely doesn't help matters either.

As I said, yesterday was a down day, but did end up waterskiing and taking the kids tubing, so some time out and in the water.

Today - took the dog with me for a lunch time "run". Not sure who was sandbagging the most lol but I did manage to get just under 3 done with her. Then I let her loose to harass the Canadian geese that were on our lawn when we got back.
 

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ZOj-bibs are weird some are designed to fit only when bent over and are otherwise tight on the top others are meant for someone with a longer torso than I. In addition for many of the women's bibs they are too tight around the neck. Since the shoulder area is just enough to hold them in place I've altered them with my crappy sewing skills, sometimes taking them in other times splitting them in the back of the neck to give more width (using some binding to ensure they don't unravel).
 
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