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Training Log: CleverSky

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activity # timemileskm+m
  alpine skiing1 2:58:59 19.33(9:16) 31.11(5:45) 3641
  orienteering1 44:25 3.48(12:46) 5.6(7:56) 168 /15c53%
  Total2 3:43:24 22.81(9:48) 36.71(6:05) 36588 /15c53%
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Sunday Dec 10 #

11 AM

alpine skiing 1:28:13 [1] 14.85 km (5:57 / km) +1836m 3:40 / km

Round 1, before lunch.

alpine skiing 1:30:46 [1] 16.26 km (5:35 / km) +1805m 3:35 / km

Round 2, after lunch.
Loon Mountain, with Nancy. We rode every lift that was open (including the Magic Carpet at the very end), so 11 runs if you count that last one. Cover was a little thin, not tooo bad for this early in the season, and it snowed pretty hard for a bit in the afternoon, which helped.
6 PM

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Snow dealings, rounds 1a (Terry's Teri's driveway), 1b (Nancy's driveway), and 1c (my driveway). We stayed at the vacation home of one of Nancy coworkers last night, so I had a little shoveling to do this morning. Then when we got back to her house, I blowed her driveway with the electric, and when I got home, I blowed my driveway. I also stopped by Mom's house and ignored the snow, but saw work has started: the tree guys came Saturday morning and dropped ten big trees. I was expecting that they would have used a crane, but that's not what my surveillance camera shows. Too bad I'm only doing timelapse, it must have been really something when those giant white pines fell over.

Saturday Dec 9 #

10 AM

orienteering 44:25 [3] ** 5.6 km (7:56 / km) +16m 7:49 / km
spiked:8/15c shoes: Icebug Zeal OLX

Urban Forestry Center, Green, 4.5 km, probably 3rd (behind Ernst in 39:xx and likely Alar). Pretty sloppy, though I'm using very tight criteria for a spike since this area is so easy. Errors were generally either getting to the circle and not seeing the control behind a tree, or dubious/outdated mapping or somewhat questionable control placements. The woods are really not that pleasant (better December than any other time of year), but there are plenty of trails. Probably lost time on the route choice on #9, because I had looked at the salt marsh between #7 and #8 and it looked like high tide to me, so I didn't even consider trying to cross it on the way to #9. But it was in fact only an hour past low tide, and Nancy says she crossed it without getting her feet wet. Huh. A few flakes of snow started falling as we were on our way out.

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