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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.

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Monday Mar 18 #

Note

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

https://twitter.com/okansas/status/110779890176613...

Note

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

http://www.svenskorientering.se/Grenar/Mountainbik...

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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