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In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:08:08 6.29(20:22) 10.12(12:39) 330
  O Training1 47:22 1.72(27:32) 2.77(17:07) 60
  Swimming1 30:00
  Total4 3:25:30 8.01 12.89 390
averages - weight:190lbs
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Wednesday Dec 7 #

Swimming 30:00 [1]
weight:190lbs

Barely functioning Monday or Tuesday, so even though I wanted to do something, I really didn't have it in me. No worries though. Finally some solid sleep, and now that I have signed up for Georgia, I will make it a priority to stay focused on training of some sort.

Sunday Dec 4 #

8 AM

O Training 47:22 [1] 1.72 mi (27:32 / mi) +60m 24:52 / mi

Put out 9 controls at QOC event. Had to go back out later and reverse 133 and 138, which Alli, an early starter on Yellow, was able to relay back via Boris, Greg, Kathleen, to me, that they were reversed. Oops.

Blame it on about 2 hours of sleep each of the last two nights, and of the worse kind, in 10 minute chunks.
11 AM

Orienteering race (QOC - Yellow) 40:56 [2] *** 2.24 mi (18:16 / mi) +120m 15:40 / mi

After putting out controls, and then correcting the reversed controls, my right heel was really painful, and I thought I would just hang out for the day instead of going out. However, the Best Ever Results Team (minus Tori) appeared up over the horizon, despite my neglecting to say, yes, please to them, and arrange for shifts.

Amy and I set up, Hannah and Kevin took first shift, following by Alli and Barney, and me, with Amy doing the last bits, as usual. Since Alli was handling the duties so well without me, I got the best job of the day - sitting with Barney and keeping warm.



When I needed to fix something on the results display, Barney was lovingly passed around among the West Point cadets and the Naval Academy midshipmen, all in need of some Barney time. Still smiling about the scene three days later. Sure am glad Barney wasn't able to go to the board retreat this weekend!



Oh, yes, I did the Yellow course. That was all I had in me, after another two hours of broken sleep. It was the correct choice, especially after the slog from 8-9 Route - that was just plain mean. :)

Another good day.

Saturday Dec 3 #

11 AM

Orienteering race (NJTORC - Brown) 1:27:12 [3] *** 4.05 mi (21:32 / mi) +210m 18:33 / mi

Only about two hours of sleep last night, spread over about seven hours - ugh! Had hoped for more rest, because today was the Area 5 NJROTC Championships, which is always exhausting. However, while it was exhausting, it was also very satisfying. And, I even got to run a course this year while Amy manned the download area. Windy and cold, but beautiful in the woods. Three errors, a couple of which I wish I could blame on the new compass, which I am not really bonding with because of the wiggling needle. However, I think it was all on me today. Regardless, I enjoyed the course, and it wasn't too chaotic while I was gone, or at least not anything that wasn't handled in my absence. :)

Thank you, Amy! As well as all of the cadets and parents from Governor Thomas Johnson High School NJROTC, who not only was the host school, they also won the Overall Team Trophy.

Route

A couple of setup errors to remember not to do again - wrong date in OE2010, so results display software was not happy.
Wrong external video driver on the results display computer. Had switched it over to the QOC monitor drivers after NAOC thinking I was done using the TVs for many months. This resulted in about an hour of angst before Richard Sanchez from Patuxent stepped in and calmly sorted the issue out. Thank you, Richard!

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