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Training Log Archive: Spike

In the 7 days ending Mar 23:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  running3 2:25:00290.0
  orienteering1 1:27:27 4.56(19:11) 7.34(11:55)341.8
  Total4 3:52:27 4.56 7.34631.8

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Saturday Mar 23 #

running 10:00 [2]

11 AM

orienteering 1:27:27 intensity: (56 @1) + (1:24 @2) + (2:27 @3) + (1:22:40 @4) 4.56 mi (19:11 / mi)
ahr:161 max:184

Tuesday Mar 19 #

running 45:00 [2]

Jogging on West Campus. It was warm - maybe 60F. I got rained on a bit. I did 5x MP. My legs feel ok and it was fun to run.


Monday Mar 18 #


A bit of the map, some photos and a couple of videos from Honey Creek yesterday:


Also, something I need to read..a new Swedish guide to MTB orienteering course setting.

And the book has an Orienteer Kansas member in one of the photos. Check out Sanna on page 29.

Sunday Mar 17 #

running 1:30:00 [2]

We went to visit Kathleen at Clyde and stopped at Honey Creek on the way home.

I prepared a KP map and ran with it, looking at it almost continuously. The area is nice. The hills are big, but not too steep. There are a lot of trails. The trails are wide - like the lane of a road. The woods are decent, maybe the best overall of any areas around here.

I explored the area a good 20+ years ago with a park map.

The only real downside is that the area is a ways away. Google maps shows the route as 1:26 from Lawrence (which is about 20 minutes closer than Knob Noster). What we need is for a club to get started in St Joe.

I think I'll play around with the lidar and do some remote mapping. I should be able to get most of the trails from the ground points. I can add streams and ditches, too. The vegetation seemed reasonable.


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