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Training Log: JanetT

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Walking4 3:15:04 9.09(21:28) 14.63(13:20) 26
  Yoga2 1:40:00
  Hiking1 45:00
  Total7 5:40:04 9.09 14.63 26
averages - sleep:6.8
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Monday Feb 27 #

Yoga 50:00 [1]

Focus was on obliques

Saturday Feb 25 #

12 PM

Walking 49:33 [3] 3.11 mi (15:56 / mi) +20m 15:37 / mi
shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

Around the neighborhood to check various distances of sidewalks and the walking path. Took a break in the middle to chat with neighbor Chris.

Friday Feb 24 #

11 AM

Yoga 50:00 [2]
slept:6.5

Intense session focusing on shoulders today. Took Aleve afterward.
3 PM

Walking 1:20:01 [1] 2.81 mi (28:29 / mi) +2m 28:24 / mi
shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

Exploring the Hugh Moore Park and Lehigh Canal in Easton, followed by beer tasting at the Weyerbacher Brewery (and quesadillas which were being sold by a separate vendor/"food truck").

Mostly sunny, low 70s...how could we stay inside?

Thursday Feb 23 #

2 PM

Hiking 45:00 [2]
shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

At Pool Wildlife Sanctuary in Emmaus, off Rt 29, after getting my car inspected for PA registration. I guess we're officially PA residents now.

I missed the turn off Riverbend Rd because it was missing a sign, but eventually ended up where I wanted to be. Walked most of the trails here which are grass, wood chips, boardwalk, or dirt (most-used ones). Gentle climb up to a high point, then I decided not to descend stone stairs to connect to the sensory trail (which I think is paved, partly) which loops through a field.

The park has an environmental education center and fenced areas with an owl, some kind of raptor, and a vulture (one other division didn't have anything I could see). It also has a trail with PA tree ID tags so a good place to take students/kids needing to do a tree ID project (like I did in biology class). The red pine, though, is only a stump.
3 PM

Walking 50:50 [3] 2.3 mi (22:06 / mi)
shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

Then back to the Little Lehigh Parkway trail, heading south/west this time and crossing under I 78 to visit the trout hatchery/nursery. I'd never seen a golden rainbow trout before but they had quite a few there. Doesn't seem like it would be sporting to stock streams with them as they stand out from the rest.

Distance estimated and includes 10 minutes of wandering around the nursery pools.

Temperature was probably in the mid to upper 60s for both hikes, partly sunny. Gorgeous day for February!

Wednesday Feb 22 #

5 PM

Walking 14:40 [3] 0.87 mi (16:52 / mi) +3m 16:40 / mi
slept:7.0 shoes: Sauc.Shad-6000#8-2014H

I wanted to get outside because it was almost 60, so I started out, but stopped to chat with neighbors for a bit, so I just did a loop around the block plus to the end of one street to check building progress.

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