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Training Log: coach ld

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  cycling6 5:50:00 74.56(4:42) 120.0(2:55)
  canoeing4 5:05:00 19.26(15:50) 31.0(9:50)
  SUP1 1:00:00 4.35(13:48) 7.0(8:34)
  weight room1 30:00
  core strength.flexibiity1 20:00
  Total13 12:45:00 98.18 158.0
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Tuesday May 24 #

10 AM

cycling (road) 55:00 [3] 20.0 km (2:45 / km)

Bright sunny morning but NOT warm. The spring weather we should have had a month ago. Nice ride down into town from Duntroon and onto the trails for a bit, with very little wind which was great:)
5 PM

cycling (road/trail) 50:00 [3] 16.0 km (3:08 / km)

Rode back up to Duntroon on the rail trail in warmer tempos.

Monday May 23 #

10 AM

canoeing (Islands Lake) 1:10:00 [3] 6.0 km (11:40 / km)

Goose and I took Tman for a nice paddle. It was just warm enough this morning despite bright sunshine. There was a cool north wind and it was barely double digits. We got there just as the parking lot was filling up. There were no more spots and by the time we left the line up to get in was well out onto the road. We made our usual trip to DQ:)
2 PM

cycling (gravel road/road) 1:25:00 [3] 30.0 km (2:50 / km)

Goose gave blood in Orangeville so I rode up Blind Line, then across 89 and onto Prince of Wales Rd. north down into the Boyne valley and a big climb back up then on to River Road and Centre Rd.where he picked me up en route back to Duntroon. There was a slight north headwind but it was sunny and the roads were quite quiet. And the lilacs were still ubiquitous and fragrant. Love it.

Sunday May 22 #

4 PM

cycling (road) 1:15:00 [3] 25.0 km (3:00 / km)

Goose dropped me off in Colgan on our way to Bolton and I rode to his mom's. The clouds and rain were supposed to have cleared off by then. But it was quite grey and none to warm still. Happily I was riding with a tail wind and net downhill although it was quite a hilly ride. The lilacs were in full force along all the roads and the scent was heavenly:)

Saturday May 21 #

Note

Sad news from Phatty today who let us know his mom passed away in London (Ontario) yesterday. Peacefully, in palliative care. We send positive vibes to France.
9 AM

SUP (harbour) 1:00:00 [3] 7.0 km (8:34 / km)

Got invited to SUP with the Flowers, who provided the paddleboard for me, while Goose used his OC. I got left in their wake basically. It was sort of calm when we started but kind of like Thurs. with a riffle over the water but not much wind moving the flag. It was nice and quiet out there. Then we turned back and a thick fog rolled in as the wind came up and it got quite choppy. That was enough for me! Fun though and we enjoyed a nice latte at Summit afterward:)
2 PM

canoeing (Beaver River) 2:30:00 [3] 16.0 km (9:23 / km)

Bash and Bent wanted to try out their new marathon-style canoe so Goose and I borrowed the Viking's and met them at Epping Bridge for an upriver and back paddle. There had been heavy thunder around midday and then rain with wind but just as we arrivde at the bridge the skies cleared and the sun sparkled on the river and it was very calm and peaceful. We saw a few people at the put-in but after that we saw no one, just lots of egrets, as many muskrats, a heron, the bald eagle and the songbirds were singing joyfully in the newly leafed canopy. So nice. And the boats were great.
6 PM

canoeing (Christie Bech) 40:00 [3] 4.0 km (10:00 / km)

On our way back from the Beaver the Millers saw us on their way to do a family adventure at Christie Beach near Meaford. I'd never been there. It's gorgeous! A very nice little conservation area beach with a few cottages nearby and hardly anyone there. The wind was dying and it became completely flat and silky while we were out. We paddled up the shore toward the big bluff just before Meaford in the late day sun. We pulled up on a tiny strip of beach there to look for beach glass and build a driftwood fire to roast hot dogs and marshmallows with Hankster and Heathy on a soft spring evening. It was soooo nice. Then we paddled back at dusk on glass with Hankster in our canoe shouting "Faster, faster!" . We got the boats loaded and as soon as we started driving the rain started again. Perfect timing.

Friday May 20 #

1 PM

weight room (class) 30:00 [3]

bosu ball balances
lat pull downs, triceps ext., adductor/abductor, s, ab/back ex.tationary bike
4 PM

cycling (rail trail) 55:00 [3] 18.0 km (3:03 / km)

Angus dropped me off early in Stayner to carpool to Mayfield with a guy from Wasaga. Left my bike at my cousin's in Stayner so I could ride into Collingwood after school. Warm sunny afternoon with a wicked southwest wind pushing me along.

Thursday May 19 #

7 AM

cycling (road) 30:00 [1] 11.0 km (2:44 / km)

To school and back 3 times from the 7th st. house
1 PM

core strength.flexibiity (class) 20:00 [3]

planks, bridges, long stretch
4 PM

canoeing (harbour) 45:00 [3] 5.0 km (9:00 / km)

Bright sunny and it seemed like the wind had died. The flag hung limply on the grain elevators but there was a weird chop in the harbour and I had trouble steering despite putting rocks in the bow of the red rocket. Still, a bouncy paddle is better than no paddle:)

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