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Training Log Archive: OutdoorsMama

In the 7 days ending Feb 6:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Fat Biking4 5:30:00 39.68(8:19) 63.86(5:10)
  Trekking1 2:00:00
  Total4 7:30:00 39.68 63.86

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Thursday Feb 4 #

Fat Biking (Streets and parks) 25:00 [3] 2.0 mi (12:30 / mi)
shoes: Studded tires

Heavy snowfall warning, so I rode around the 'burbs and the water containment ponds.

Tuesday Feb 2 #

Fat Biking (Pavement/trail) 1:40:00 [3] 12.0 mi (8:20 / mi)
shoes: Studded tires

After supper ride west to the Arner Townline along the Greenway. Steady cross wind, but no complaints. The trail was well packed down by walkers.
Orion was spying on me.
When I got home I was at 11.98 miles, so I rode around the backyard a bit to make paths so the feral cat doesn't have to walk through loose snow as he travels from our place to wherever else he goes.

Monday Feb 1 #

Fat Biking (Pavement/trail) 1:10:00 [3] 8.35 mi (8:23 / mi)
shoes: Studded tires

There was a bit more fluffy snow this afternoon. It was snowing hard enough when I left the house that I didn't think that riding along the county road to Kennedy Woods was prudent, so I took a couple trips around the drainage ponds (kids were skating there!), then out the Greenway and back. The snow stopped falling, but there was enough to make for some pleasant (and peaceful) riding on the rail trail.

Note

For the first time since June (?) it wasn't panic mode for work today. Maybe I didn't go looking for trouble, but let's say I made time to watch a couple online presentations about things agronomy related. That gave me a solid hour of light stretching to help offset some of the general tightness plaguing me.

Sunday Jan 31 #

Fat Biking (Pavement/trail) 2:15:00 [3] 17.33 mi (7:47 / mi)
shoes: Studded tires

Just enough snow to hide the icy bits on the Greenway, so it was a good day to test out the studded tires. They are perfect for those conditions. Rode up to the Ruthven hill. Much nicer heading home with the east wind at my back. Two dogs on the Greenway not on leashes.....and not well behaved.

Trekking (Woods and beach) 2:00:00 [2]

Lynda and I explored some of the seasonal and regular trails at Point Pelee, plus a nice walk on the beach......on the icy shoreline. Hard to imagine that a couple months of the year it is unbearably hot along there. I'm not the park naturalist and therefore not well versed on the subject, but the beaver damage is quite evident.

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