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Training Log Archive: KirstenM.

In the 7 days ending Nov 14:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering3 4:46:56 14.07(20:24) 22.64(12:40) 590
  Running1 23:24 2.52(9:17) 4.06(5:46) 40
  Total4 5:10:20 16.59(18:42) 26.7(11:37) 630

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Friday Nov 13 #

4 PM

Orienteering 49:31 [3] 4.31 km (11:29 / km) +99m 10:18 / km

Mocanaqua! I love it there. I'm sad I wasn't able to orienteer there more before this training camp/house came to a close.
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Not a bad run technically, not great but not terrible. I exited 10 poorly because I started reading 6 to 5, and although I realized what was doing, I still ended up really close to the edge of a major cliff, a bit farther down than I should've been. I had a moment of mild panic before I realized that it wasn't going to lead to the ride and climbed back up.

Thursday Nov 12 #

4 PM

Running 23:24 [3] 2.52 mi (9:17 / mi) +40m 8:51 / mi

A nice sunset run with Bridget and Diana

Wednesday Nov 11 #

5 PM

Orienteering 1:13:53 [3] 6.1 km (12:07 / km) +131m 10:56 / km

Dusk-O with Greg
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This was my first night-o I've ever done away from a campsite and it was fun, but it was also really unnerving when I looked up and just saw eyes in the forest. 3 pairs of neon green eyes at roughly at my eye height staring at me from the darkness. It turned out to be deer, but I was properly spooked there for a bit.

Sunday Nov 8 #

Orienteering 2:43:32 [4] 12.23 km (13:22 / km) +360m 11:39 / km

Running the 2015 Kidgoat but I didn't finish. I might post what I did later when I'm a little less exhausted
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A short note: I was using o-range and for 6, I didn't feel it buzz, so I thought I missed it and doubled back, but apparently I already got it. For 9, it said I was going to 9 but the control number was for 10 so it was actually leading me to there instead. When I got to 9 I was very confused as to why I was apparently 150+ meters from the control and wandered around for a while before figuring it out.

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