In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+ft|
| ||MTB||4|| 9:17:00|| 79.8||(8.6/h)|| 128.43||(13.8/h)|| 16288|
| ||Walking||2|| 1:23:00|| 4.3||(3.1/h)|| 6.92||(5.0/h)|| 400|
| ||Total||5|| 10:40:00|| 84.1||(7:37)|| 135.35||(4:44)|| 16689|
|averages - rhr:43 weight:148.9lbs|
Walking 23:00  1.3 mi (3.4 mph) +200ft
rhr:43 weight:149.6lbs (rest day) shoes: Scott Kinabalu Supertrack
MTB 2:31:00  22.1 mi (8.8 mph) +5166ft
ahr:134 max:152 weight:149.6lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling
Olallie Jolly: I helped to let the cat out of the bag. But Olallie is still a great place to ride on a weekend, as I have been telling people. It was definitely the most crowded that I have seen it, but Olallie has great sight lines. I'm guessing that there were many, many more people at Grand Ridge, Raging River, and Tiger.
Walking 1:00:00  3.0 mi (3.0 mph) +200ft
weight:150.2lbs (rest day)
MTB 2:15:00  18.0 mi (8.0 mph) +3181ft
ahr:125 max:148 weight:148.6lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling
Raging River: If I were superstitious and playing in the U.S Open, I would recognize this as a good omen. Driving to the TH, I happened to glance at the odometer just as it rolled over to 44,444 miles. Based on yesterday's scoring, I'm betting that the vast majority of the 150+ players in the U.S. Open would take 18 holes x 4=72 today, tomorrow, and Sunday.
MTB 1:24:00  14.7 mi (10.5 mph) +1722ft
ahr:122 max:154 weight:148lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling
Grand Ridge-DHZ: Add another item to the "Why didn't I ever think of that before" list. I've now done a few rides with a Timber Bell affixed to my handlebar. Hikers and runners are incredibly appreciative, and I get the peace of mind of alerting uphill riders when I am descending. I ride solo in a lot of remote areas, so alerting wildlife is not a bad idea either.
weight:148.8lbs (rest day)
MTB 3:07:00  25.0 mi (8.0 mph) +6219ft
ahr:128 max:156 weight:147.8lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling
Olallie-Change Peak-Mt. Washington: Because it was there...Unlike George Mallory, I made it to the summit, so I don't think I will be going back to the top of Mt. Washington. The last section involved a fairly long hike-a-bike both up and down that required me to carry the bike over downed trees, boulders, etc. Not a lot of fun in that. Early in the 12 mile descent, I punctured my rear tire on a sharp-edged rock. Having only one tube, I spent some time making sure that I had a good repair, and took it very easy the rest of the way down. Normally I bomb back down Olallie, so that was a kind of a nice change of pace. The best thing about the climb to the top was the incredible view of Mt. Rainier, which looked absolutely huge!
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