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Training Log Archive: dbakker

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activity # timemileskm+m
  Running1 1:00:37 3.83(15:49) 6.17(9:50) 222
  Total1 1:00:37 3.83(15:49) 6.17(9:50) 222

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Saturday Apr 6 #


Just signed my contract with the Yukon Orienteering Association.

Summer is shaping up as:
Early April: Exams
Late April: OART Prep
First Week of May: OART Mad scrambling and OART race days.
Second Week of May: 3 Days of Recovery/Burnt Ida Bench Mapping (Salmon Arm)
Rest of May: Yukon
June: Yukon
First Week of July: Yukon
Second Week of July: Mad scrambling and studying for MCAT
July 10th: MCAT Day of Doom and Despair
July 11-20: Driving to Ottawa (Potentialy Parry Sound stop to map the Waddtage for a day?)
Rest of July: Ottawa O-Fest/COCs
First Couple Weeks of August: Driving back from COCs. (Potentialy Parry Sound stop to map the Waddtage for a day?)
Rest of August: Burnt Ida Bench map (Salmon Arm) (or maybe this interesting summer course for 2 weeks at the end of August in Field Mycology - and then doing a part time 4 courses load in the Winter semester 1).
September-April 2020: 4th year of Undergrad
May 2020: WCOC/Sage Stomp Organizing/Last minute mapping
1 PM

Running 1:00:37 intensity: (41:56 @1) + (16:10 @2) + (2:31 @3) 6.17 km (9:50 / km) +222m 8:20 / km
ahr:148 max:176

Got Dad to drop Lillian (xc-racer4) and I off at the Silver Slope map, and then we took the new dirt biking trail (built in the last 2.5 years ish) across the north face of Mount Ida to above the new public cemetery. We bushwacked down from the trail to the powerlines, then through a bit more bush onto a trail I did not no existed, down along it into the "official" trail system, and then back home along the road.

Bullwinkle isn't the best built trail and wouldn't be great for mountain biking - a lot of straight up/down the hillside, but it is pretty good for running.

TLDR; connect Silver Slope with New Cemetary on trail except around 400m of bushwacking where the logs are cut out already.

Starting to blister on my left foot again, but never got above a 1/10 on plantarfasciitis, so that's an improvement.

EDIT: GPS track now publicly available.

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