Easy jogging on the trails at Clinton SP from the beach. I carried the map and took a few notes. I also did a few tests with my new mapping toy - a little laser rangefinder. The rangefinder seems to work really well. It is kind of amazing that you can just point the thing, press a button, and get a measurement. It certainly isn't essential for mapping, but I think it will come in handy.
A crazy, short control picking sprint course with lots of controls and direction changes. It was fun. Of course, a few controls features have changes (like trees that have been cut down). My mind seemed to be working pretty well today.
Work commute. I had to wear a jacket in the morning - temp was just below 50F. It felt great once my hands warmed up a bit.
I think I'm going to be able to get the 2015 LAS files for a couple of areas in Topeka that we may use for next year's Sunflower State Games. Paul Jordan's daughter, Kristen, is my contact. I haven't seen Paul in years, but I'll always be thankful that he talked me into going to my first A-meet back in 1981 near Carbondale, IL.
I ran on the trails at Clinton from the beach. I wasn't sure whether the trails would be ok. I read somewhere that parts of Shawnee County had 5+ inches of rain last night. Lawrence had something like 1.5. I figured I'd start on the white trail and see how things were. Everything was fine - the white trail was in great shape.
At the end of the trail run, I went up and down the concrete steps from the beach to the top a few times. I wanted to get the total climb for the session up to 200 meters.