In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||cycling||7|| 13:55:00|| 178.95||(4:40)|| 288.0||(2:54)|
| ||canoeing||1|| 2:00:00|| 4.35||(27:35)|| 7.0||(17:09)|
| ||Total||8|| 15:55:00|| 183.3||(5:13)|| 295.0||(3:14)|
cycling (Country roads) 5:00:00  101.0 km (2:58 / km)
Glorious day! Endless, cloudless blue sky, warm, no wind. Great biking day. Set off from home on the Train Trail through Stayner then gravel/country roads to Glencairn and Everett, up to Sheldon Creek Dairy for a 1/2 way point drink and snack. Then it was a rolling ride just east of hwy 50 down to Palgrave. I went west on Castlederg to Duffy”s Lane and down to the Storm checkpoint at the Emil Kolb parking lot. Great ride:)
Met Goose there and got refreshments from Bent then paddled.
canoeing (Humber) 2:00:00  7.0 km (17:09 / km)
Goose and I swept the river section of the Storm race Course. It was quite shallow which apparently challenged a lot of racers. We stopped at one point so we wouldn’t pass the last team and I had a lovely dip in the river to cool off. It was hot in the valley. That’s when Angus got a text saying someone dropped their SI in the river. And as he told me this - he sported it sitting on the bottom of the river right beside him!! We finished ahead of the last team who thought we were racing
cycling (gravel road/road) 2:20:00  50.0 km (2:48 / km)
The crazy ladies did a group gravel ride this morning. It was a gorgeous day. ANother completely clear blue sky but it was warm enough not to keep the Buff and windbreaker on. The climb up 19 was plenty warm. Then we rode 4th Line south through Gibraltar and hooked back onto 6th Line to ride north again. Went back through Gibraltar and took 4th to the top of the 6th St. extension hill, bombed down and back into town. It was an awesome ride:) Those girls can go.
cycling (road/trail) 2:25:00  55.0 km (2:38 / km)
Spent the morning digging, weeding, planting under gorgeous clear blue skies this morning. Then got the big hill done: 6th St. extension. That is one mother of a hill. It's never easy. I made it to the top though and then rode south on the 4th and 6th to County Rd. 31 and down to Rob Roy. Thought about going down the Jardine but there was a sign saying "Fresh Gravel" so instead I flew down Pretty River Rd. Then across to Nottawa and back tot he bay on the Train Trail. Decent ride:)
cycling (town trails) 45:00  15.0 km (3:00 / km)
Did a quick lap on the town trails on my lunch hour. Clear bright day, but not warm, again.
cycling (road/trail) 1:25:00  30.0 km (2:50 / km)
Coonie O and I rode west into a chilly wind on the Georgian Trail then up into the big chalet streets, through the village, to the south lodge, then down tot he spa and home on the Georgian Trail again. Nice ride:)
cycling (road/trail) 50:00  17.0 km (2:56 / km)
It was cool but still bright and sunny, and I felt good so I kept riding after Connie went home. Rode out to Nottawa and back down to the lake.
Rainy this morning then the wind blew off the clouds but kept blowing and it was bloody cold off the bay! As in not even double digit temps today.
Spent a lot of time in the garden and my back is pretty sore now.
cycling (town trails) 1:10:00  20.0 km (3:30 / km)
I pulled Ahfre in the chariot and rode with Connie O over to Sunset park to the playground. Very fun. Then we had ice cream:)
After that we met up with Susie and rode the big loop around town on a lovely summery day.
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