In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Gravel Bike||2|| 2:04:00|| 27.3||(13.2/h)|| 43.94||(21.3/h)|
| ||Spin class||1|| 55:00|
| ||Gym time||1|| 55:00|
| ||Jogging||1|| 35:00|| 3.0||(11:40)|| 4.83||(7:15)|
| ||Hockey||1|| 25:00|
| ||Total||4|| 4:54:00|| 30.3|| 48.76|
Spin class 55:00 
Running intervals. That was hard.
Gym time (Weights) 55:00 
shoes: Saucony Xodus trail
I will feel this tomorrow.
Hockey 25:00 
Last game of the season.
Jogging (Pavement) 35:00  3.0 mi (11:40 / mi)
Down to the lake and back.
Gravel Bike (Pavé) 1:24:00  19.5 mi (13.9 mph)
The Greenway was a mess today so it was pavé. Looped down along the lake to the John R Homestead historical site..House has been there on the shore of Lake Erie for something like 175 years....And it is noticeably cooler along the lake than even half a mile inland.
Gravel Bike (Gravel hills) 40:00  7.8 mi (11.7 mph)
It finally worked out for us to check out the Whistle Stop Café in Juliette GA on our way home (Fried Green Tomatoes). The hamlet was "dead" as we pulled in at 10:30, except for an enthusiastic and cute dog who apparently was the Greeter. We put on our cycling gear and set off on a short but hilly gravel ride. 10C and sun with no wind felt pretty good. It will be a while before we ride in such nice conditions again.
There are a lot of miles to explore here!
Oh yes, the fried Green tomatoes, BBQ and sweet tea were delicious. And the hamlet was hopping as hungry visitors jockeyed for a place to sit in the Whistle Stop Café.
I passed that industry certification exam that I wrote on February 3! That was a lot of "sweating", before, during and after.
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