In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||skate ski||3|| 5:25:00|| 40.58||(8:00)|| 65.31||(4:59)|
| ||cycling||1|| 1:00:00|| 20.0||(3:00)|| 32.19||(1:52)|
| ||Total||4|| 6:25:00|| 60.58||(6:21)|| 97.5||(3:57)|
skate ski (Quebec City) 1:00:00  12.0 mi (5:00 / mi)
Watched a very exciting and emotional final race for Alex Harvey in the pursuit this morning. He was amazing - so strategic and smart and skilled. I wasn't the only one who wept.
Then Goose and I skied on the Plains of Abraham, on the race course, past the canons and towers and bastions above the St. Lawrence. So cool.
skate ski (Forest Montmorency) 2:30:00  28.0 km (5:21 / km)
After this morning's amazing World Cup races, where Alex Harvey wowed the crowd with a fantastic 15 km classic effort sprinting from 5th to 2nd in the last 200m, Goose and I headed out to Forest Montmorency with Sam and Misha Buob. We had excellent conditions. They went off and did their pace while I followed at my own. We climbed a hill called Montee Infernal. It was a somewhat hellishly long steep climb but gorgeous. It's still winter up there for sure. It was a fantastic day!
skate ski (Mt. Ste.Anne) 1:55:00  18.0 km (6:23 / km)
En route to Quebec City from Montreal, we attempted to ski at St. Bruno Parc National but it was just a sheet of ice so we moved on and tried Mt. Ste. Anne instead. It was pretty sticky but at least it was snow and had been groomed. It was almost 10 degrees and getting pretty sticky so it was a slow resistance workout! Nice scenery though.
cycling (road) 1:00:00  20.0 mi (3:00 / mi)
Such a bright spring-like day, would've been great skiing but we were in Bolton not Duntroon. If ya can't ski on the last day of winter, might as well ride a bike:)
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