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Training Log: CleverSky

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  hiking3 5:47:45 14.01(24:49) 22.55(15:25) 300
  orienteering2 3:34:41 7.13(30:06) 11.48(18:42) 138
  pedaling3 3:13:17 40.86(4:44) 65.76(2:56) 981
  running1 45:29 3.75(12:08) 6.04(7:32) 67
  Total8 13:21:12 65.75(12:11) 105.82(7:34) 1486
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Sunday May 31 #

4 PM

orienteering 2:19:57 [3] 8.35 km (16:46 / km) +93m 15:53 / km

hiking (trails) 2:23:55 [1] 8.21 km (17:32 / km) +130m 16:15 / km
shoes: Merrill Bare Access XTR

Saturday May 30 #

4 PM

hiking (mixed) 2:16:59 [1] 9.92 km (13:48 / km) +170m 12:43 / km
shoes: Merrill Bare Access XTR

From Nancy's house, on a route that she had scoped out, but we made a wrong turn and wound up on a trail that petered out (but via a mysterious sign in the middle of the woods). The intent was to go to a radio telescope, but we failed. Although it turns out that we came within 100 meters of this giant golf ball of a radio telescope without realizing it (thanks to my saying, hey, why don't we go this way?).

Friday May 29 #

6 PM

pedaling (MTB mixed) 45:44 [2] 9.08 km (5:02 / km) +122m 4:43 / km

I suspected there might be some trails behind North End that could be accessed from the power line, and I was right. Looked to be primarily ATV/snowmobile trails, side branches went to back yards. The first part of this had a lot of beer cans and derelict furniture, the last part was muddy, and there was a part where I was uncomfortably close to some gunfire. There's more out there that I haven't explored

Thursday May 28 #

10 AM

orienteering (course setting) 12:45 [1] 0.65 km (19:42 / km) +20m 17:02 / km
shoes: Merrill Bare Access XTR

Walking around Damon Pond with Jon, Tori, and Jeff, discussing options for the event center.

orienteering (course setting) 1:01:59 [1] 2.48 km (24:57 / km) +24m 23:48 / km
shoes: Merrill Bare Access XTR

More of the same, at Pearl Hill.
5 PM

running (trails) 45:29 [2] 6.04 km (7:32 / km) +67m 7:08 / km
shoes: Merrill Bare Access XTR

Across the street, humid evening. Checked out a new MTB trail near the end of the access trail, then did some loopy stuff over at the Peabody. I think I hit all of the trails over there, including some that are probably not really supposed to exist on adjacent private land. Easier to see them then when I was doing this in the snow. Saw one mountain biker over there. The GPS track is awful.
6 PM

Note

Little bit: raked the leaves away from the area around the front door, into a pile.

Wednesday May 27 #

6 PM

pedaling (road bike) 1:25:15 [3] 30.62 km (2:47 / km) +567m 2:33 / km

A trip out to Rindge Rd. on the Incubus. This was not flat. It was about 84F when I went out, same as yesterday, so I dug through the drawer to find my fingerless gloves. A little longer than I had planned, because the pavement on Mayo Rd. didn't look very enticing. Lower back and right shoulder were complaining a bit, so I need to switch over to something where I'm upright for the next few days.

Tuesday May 26 #

6 PM

pedaling (road bike) 1:02:18 [3] 26.06 km (2:23 / km) +292m 2:16 / km

A loop to Townsend on the Incubus, mostly avoiding the big roads. One long hill and one steep hill. The graph interestingly makes it clear that I have a maximum rate of climb, because the slope (in elevation climb with respect to time) is pretty similar on all the hills. Downhill is a different story.
7 PM

Note

Little bit: stripped a bunch more shingles off the east side of the big shed, yanked off a bunch of the sheathing boards, and then managed to persuade both of the end walls to collapse northward. The whole shed is now pancaked. Which is good, because it means that there's no longer a bunch of stored up energy threatening to kill me. Or at least, a lot less.

Monday May 25 #

3 PM

Note

Little bit: more demolition on the big shed. I removed some of the roof sheathing on the west side, then the rest of the long side walls, at which point the unsupported roof collapsed, which is good because now I can reach the rest of the roof without a ladder. More importantly, while I was doing this, Nancy mowed my lawn. She volunteered because she loves the small of new-mown grass, and her own place doesn't have much in the way of lawn. I have plenty of lawn, but unfortunately, very little of it is actually grass, so she didn't really get the aroma she was hoping for.
5 PM

hiking (trails) 1:06:51 [1] 4.42 km (15:07 / km)
shoes: Merrill Bare Access XTR

Cowdrey Nature Center, with Nancy. This place is very close to my house, but I hardly ever go there, I don't find it overly interesting. A fine little stroll, though. The last part got weird, as the trail we were on got small, and kind of swampy, but then we finally got to a big elaborate footbridge that led... nowhere. Just kind of into a swamp, but that was pretty close to the car, so we didn't have to bushwhack very far.

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