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Training Log: Spike

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  running4 2:20:02300.1
  MTB cycling2 2:05:00125.0
  orienteering1 10:001c20.0
  Total6 4:35:021c445.1
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Sunday Aug 14 #

8 AM

MTB cycling 1:30:00 [1]

MTB on pavement. I drank while riding but was dehydrated when I got home.

More and more students are back in town. Early move-ins have started at the dorms. The main move in days are Thursday and Friday. The summer is over (not the temps, just the quiet).

1

Saturday Aug 13 #

8 AM

running 1:00:00 [2]

Slow run. I didn't feel very good. H.R. was higher than normal despite moving slowly. Warm and sunny, but not very warm.

orienteering 10:00 [2] ***
1c

I jogged through a little course on the Lindley Hall map. Kind of fun, but also not feeling very good.

2

Friday Aug 12 #

6 AM

running 40:00 [2]

Very easy morning jog. Nice sunrise to the east and moonset to the west.

I didn't see the West Campus skunk. I did see a couple of KU police hanging out near the dorms.

My right foot was fine.

1

Thursday Aug 11 #

6 AM

running 2 [2]

I took a couple of steps for my morning jog. My right foot felt off. I stopped.
5 PM

MTB cycling 35:00 [1]

Easy bike ride with Mary on the bike paths.

My right foot felt a little off during the morning, but by early afternoon it was fine. No idea what was going on.

In other news, we had our Emerald Ash Borer damaged tree removed. We knew the tree had suffered but the tree-guy said there was a chance it would make it. I guess that was four years ago. This spring it was pretty clear it wasn't going to survive. But there was something like a 6-month wait list for the people to cut down the tree. So we got on the list. The tree kept getting worse. A branch crashed down and damaged a bit of our fence. We got on the list for an emergency (which means that when they have time they'll get to it).

The tree company called this afternoon and came over and removed the tree. I hate to see a big old tree removed (and it wasn't completely dead). But I'd hate to see a big old tree fall on the neighbor's house even more.

1

Wednesday Aug 10 #

Note

I wonder if people would be interested in an orienteering event (probably on a remotely drawn map) during a total solar eclipse. The April 8, 2024, looks like it might be a good option.

April 8, 2024, is a Monday. So it'd mean a day off work. But it could be a pretty neat little adventure.
6 AM

running 40:00 intensity: (30:00 @2) + (10:00 @4)

Morning jog with a bit of it at a harder effort. Nice conditions with temp and dew point in the 60s.

I did NOT see the West Campus skunk today.

2

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