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Training Log Archive: revy

In the 7 days ending Aug 26:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hike1 3:30:00 6.84(30:43) 11.0(19:05) 700
  Paddle2 3:11:00 12.44(3.9/h) 20.01(6.3/h)
  Bike1 1:45:00 11.18(6.4/h) 18.0(10.3/h) 550
  Run1 58:00 7.46(7:47) 12.0(4:50) 21
  Total5 9:24:00 37.91(14:53) 61.01(9:15) 1271

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Saturday Aug 26 #

10 AM

Paddle 2:15:00 [2] 14.01 km (6.2 kph)

Lake Revelstoke paddle with Courtney and Suzanne. Started from Carnes Creek and explored the creek drainage, the other shore and the waterfall towards Frisby. Wind was variable but mainly light.

Thursday Aug 24 #

8 AM

Paddle 56:00 [2] 6.0 km (6.4 kph)

Columbia River with Courtney. Water is getting lower. We made it through the channel but another several inches and it won't be passable. Water was at the top of the fixed section on the ramp.
10 AM

Bike 1:45:00 [2] 18.0 km (10.3 kph) +550m

Riding with Courtney and Atsuko. Felt a little tired on the ride today. Started with the dog although he is really too slow on some of the faster trails. Then a big loop out to Quarry which seemed especially bumpy today. Trails are super dry too which doesn't help.

Wednesday Aug 23 #

7 PM

Run 58:00 intensity: (10:00 @2) + (48:00 @4) 12.0 km (4:50 / km) +21m 4:47 / km
shoes: Brooks Ghost

Tempo on the greenbelt. 2km build then 9km tempo. Felt slower than last run but time was about the same. A little too close to dinner but light was against me so made it work. Last km of tempo I was fading...

Sunday Aug 20 #

8 AM

Hike 3:30:00 [2] 11.0 km (19:05 / km) +700m 14:29 / km

A bit of an interesting sleep last night - we had the dog inside which though nice is tricky as it is not his usual routine. Being at 2000m did not help either. A change in the weather today with some light drizzle at times. It made the temperature very comfortable for hiking and I am sure it made the dog's hike easier (though there was lots of water along the way). We explored the upper lake and then climbed to the ridge. There had been some loose discussion to potentially climb Tilley but this would require climbing a snow slope for which an ice axe and maybe even crampons would be helpful. The ridge gave great views of a lot of glaciers - too bad it was not sunny. We avoided dropping to English Lake (which is the suggested route) but I didn't love this option as too rich side hilling through moderate bush. I wonder if an upper route would work... otherwise would drop to the lake again. Right little toe was painful from the run Thursday so the descents were a little uncomfortable. Certainly felt more worked than the distance should suggest - very technical travel with an overnight pack the culprit I think.

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