Training Log: bl
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Walking||1|| 1:00:00|| 3.5||(17:09)|| 5.63||(10:39)|
| ||Cardio||2|| 36:31|| 2.31||(15:49)|| 3.72||(9:49)|| 1|
| ||Total||3|| 1:36:31|| 5.81||(16:37)|| 9.35||(10:19)|| 1|
Cardio 15:00  1.0 mi (15:00 / mi)
First part off watch.
Cardio 21:31  1.31 mi (16:26 / mi) +1m 16:23 / mi
BHS just before 9a. 90F in the forecast, so get it done. Thought I started the watch but a mile went by w/o paying attention. Another fellow, maybe in his 40s, was running seriously, fast and long in the oncoming heat.
Back from Quebec, 5 nights in two cities. Took some meandering roads between QC and Sherbrooke...lovely rural stuff...flat, then rolling, then hilly & forested. Quebec had fallen off my radar. Don't think I have been there much at all since 1984. We decided Montreal did predate '84. Late 70s & early 80s saw quite a bit of Canadian orienteering.
Walking 1:00:00  3.5 mi (17:09 / mi)
Walking til all one wants to do is sit down. Also the Red Bus tour. After the
busy, colorful street in the lower town, we walked a mile before realizing we were actually beyond the bus stop. It all looked pretty much alike on Rte 136 by the huge St. Lawrence river. Turned on data & gps & voila, truth be told and two miles to show for it. 5 nights in two cities could be a first. Watching eople sure can be entertaining. An abundance of talented street musicians and performers. Boston is quite provincial compared to Montreal.
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