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Training Log Archive: AliC

In the 7 days ending Sep 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running3 1:28:35 8.23(10:46) 13.24(6:42) 172
  Total3 1:28:35 8.23(10:46) 13.24(6:42) 172

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Saturday Sep 26 #

8 AM

Running 42:23 [1] 3.95 mi (10:45 / mi) +53m 10:19 / mi

Longest run in awhile! Did Wichita ave loop. Nice to get back to doing it, but not sure how long I'll be able to. The jostling of running definitely sets of Braxton-Hicks contractions, which aren't painful, but are uncomfortable, so it's less fun to be running through them... biking or rollerskiing might be more pleasant exercise, but need to get new wheels for the rollerskis... should motivate to do that!

Friday Sep 25 #

4 PM

Running

Thursday Sep 24 #

3 PM

Running 26:30 [1] 2.44 mi (10:52 / mi) +72m 9:57 / mi

Decided to go running right when the clouds decided to rain heavily. Second very wet run in a row, feels like fall is here!

Wednesday Sep 23 #

3 PM

Running 19:42 [1] 1.84 mi (10:42 / mi) +47m 9:55 / mi

Scampered home and snuck in a short run before seminar. Much rain!

Tuesday Sep 22 #

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Wow- 689 firefighters from 27 states (AK, AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MN, MS, MT, NM, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WV, and WY) are currently assigned to the Riverside Fire, the nearest major fire to us. It started on 9/8/20 very close to a campground we camped at earlier this summer and is now 26% contained, but growing only very slowly and very well managed close to the settled areas it was approaching.

The next two major fires south (Beachie Creek and Lionshead) have merged and have nearly 2,000 total firefighters, including some from Canada here to help.

Just impressed with the hugeness of these fires, how much they have destroyed and the person-power now here to fight them!

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