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activity # timemileskm+m
  Walking5 9:36:00 12.7(45:21) 20.44(28:11) 569
  Orienteering1 2:00:00 2.25(53:20) 3.62(33:08)
  Total6 11:36:00 14.95(46:33) 24.06(28:56) 569
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Tuesday May 28 #

11 AM

Walking (Great Hill) 1:10:01 [1] 1.5 mi (46:46 / mi) +48m 42:32 / mi

With Beth & W - breezy, sunny perfect visit. Fun to ponder Monadnock from afar today.

Monday May 27 #

3 PM

Walking (BHS) 54:26 [1] 1.85 mi (29:26 / mi) +35m 27:48 / mi

On the way to town, it dawned on me that BHS would be deserted on (a dreary) Memorial Day which indeed it was. Walked thru Evans (being in a cemetery w/ scattered flags on M Day also dawned on me) and cont'd on a good bit of a BHS campus circumnavigation. Met four people - twin brothers at the track and a couple by Turee with a 5 m/o puppy that Willow simply had to meet.

Saturday May 25 #

5 PM

Walking (Rollins Park) 29:48 [1] 0.57 mi (51:51 / mi)

On the way to town DP with Beth too. Impressive trees in the north part.

Friday May 24 #

9 AM

Walking (Monadnock hike) 6:33:29 [2] 7.83 mi (50:15 / mi) +469m 42:22 / mi

With Peter an old work associate and regular here. We started at the Toll House parking lot, then Halfway House Tr, Cart Path, Royce, Monta Rosa and Smith Summit Trails to the top (virtually no one on these trails). Going down: White Dot, Smith Connector, an abandoned trail, Cliff Walk, another abandoned trail, Thoreau and White Arrow Trails and the Toll road back to parking. Virtually no one after leaving White Dot Tr. This was hard work for me! Balance challenges and just plain fatigue. I hadn't been on a Monadnock summit hike since October, 2021. Peter was there just two days ago. Perfect weather - dry, sunny, clear, a cooling breeze. Started the watch late, after maybe 0.6 mi.

Thursday May 23 #

1 PM

Walking (Robinson Road) 28:16 [1] 0.95 mi (29:47 / mi) +17m 28:13 / mi

What I'll call Beth's default trail - wide/roomy, high canopy, no rocks or roots, nice woods and brook at the turn around.

Wednesday May 22 #

Orienteering (Carye Woods) 2:00:00 [1] 2.25 mi (53:20 / mi)

Carye woods in Guilford. Had been there before, Jan. 14, 2021. I had only a foggy recollection until I got there. We were there at 0830, the high for today fcst for near 90F - but being early enough and mostly in shade were our lot. The small trail to the actual woods had taken a flood beating at the point where it crossed between wet areas. The beginning was a let down given logging since my last visit. Depressing (and) to look at. Eventually we got to very nice, open woods. I cut short the some 22 flags, the start being slow and discouraging. I remembered nice woods. I wondered how much of the other yellow sections were like the first portion. What I saw subsequently was mostly old logging, meaning more open and navigable than ‘destructed’ woods’. The very open woods I saw were just east of the big N/S marsh (points 15-20). Of the 7-10 area I recall similar appeal but much more rock.

At the main brook near finishing the course, W somehow managed to find some real mud - pristine stream, not flat. No sure what possessed her but she came thru with ‘flying colors’. Followed by a shameless roll in the leaves.

Evidently didn't ensure the gpx was actually started, so no file. Yuk. We were gone from the car two hours. I'd guess 2.25 miles covered.

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