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Training Log Archive: Nadim

In the 1 days ending May 26:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Bicycling1 1:36:39 25.2(3:50) 40.56(2:23) 296
  Orienteering1 1:03:54 2.11(30:17) 3.4(18:49) 33
  Total2 2:40:33 27.31(5:53) 43.95(3:39) 329
averages - sleep:7.5 weight:206.7lbs

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Sunday May 26 #

1 PM

Orienteering (Course Setting) 1:03:54 [3] 2.11 mi (30:17 / mi) +33m 28:53 / mi
slept:7.5 weight:206.7lbs (injured)

Patuxent River Park, MD. I checked a few control sites and route choices for the upcoming Beer Chase. The mountain laurel has been in bloom since at least last week. I hope it will still be blooming a couple of weeks from now but that's unlikely. When I'd left home, the thermometer was reading 89 F and my car gave me that reading as I went around the Capital Beltway. When I got to the park, it was 81 F!--so much nicer.
4 PM

Bicycling (Road) 1:36:39 [3] 25.2 mi (3:50 / mi) +296m 3:42 / mi

Greenbelt, MD. From Turner Pl. and Ivy Ln., to Cherrywood Ln., to Edmonston Rd., Old Baltimore Pike, to Odell Rd., to Springfield Rd., to Powder Mill Rd., to Springfield Rd., to Duckettown Rd., to Old Laurel Bowie Rd., to Lanham Severn Rd., to 11th St., to Chestnut Ave., to Fletchertown Rd., to Quetzal Dr., to Quill Point Dr., to Fletchertown Rd./Prospect Hill Rd., to Rte. 193, to Northern Ave., to Good Luck Rd., to Soil Conservation Rd., to Beaver Dam Rd., to Edmonston Rd., to Cherrywood Ln., to Ivy Lane and Turner Pl. After a few errands I started going through my old haunts. The area is a very good one (for the DC area suburbs) for cycling. There are hills but most are not very difficult. As I headed out to Bowie, it I had more headwinds and climbing than the way back. Though I was getting pretty tired finishing-up, I was moving faster. I find it surprising that I can do this much cycling with little issue, yet short walks have me limping. Last night in bed, my knee was hurting when I lay on my side, and it kept me awake.

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