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Training Log Archive: AliC

In the 7 days ending Oct 11:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 1:25:10 3.84(22:11) 6.18(13:47) 285
  Running2 44:40 4.15(10:46) 6.68(6:41) 96
  Hiking1 18:26 1.23(14:59) 1.98(9:19)
  Total4 2:28:16 9.22(16:05) 14.84(10:00) 381

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Sunday Oct 11 #


Pumpkin patch day!

Acquired apple cider donuts, one big pumpkin and three small white ones that Sylvia plans to paint. Also a gallon of cider. Was kinda in the pouring rain so we didn't stay too long - Sylvia's rain boots from last year also don't fit, gotta get some new ones!

Saturday Oct 10 #

9 AM

Orienteering 1:25:10 [2] 6.18 km (13:47 / km) +285m 11:12 / km

CROC meet at Catherine Creek!

Hiked around, pretty directly (went 6.2k for a 5.6k course). Loved being out there, it's so wonderful with great views of the gorge, fun terrain!

Sylvia and Tom did 3 controls on yellow. It was rocky for little feet.

Friday Oct 9 #

Hiking 18:26 [1] 1.23 mi (14:59 / mi)

Loop around the canyon. So nice to get out and the canyon is beautiful. I'll probably do way more canyon hikes in the next few months.

Only saw four people I think, very low traffic for a nice day. Think it means a lot of the normal traffic is folks not associated with Reed, who currently aren't allowed on campus.

Thursday Oct 8 #

3 PM

Running 24:02 [1] 2.35 mi (10:14 / mi) +49m 9:36 / mi

Neighborhood run. A bit faster than yesterday, but that ended up hurting the pubic symphisis joint I separated during S's birth, so that's no good... Gotta start wearing the pelvic support belt, I suppose.

Wednesday Oct 7 #

4 PM

Running 20:38 [1] 1.8 mi (11:28 / mi) +47m 10:36 / mi

Run around the neighborhood, right before seminar again.

Tuesday Oct 6 #


Woke up at 3am and did some work b/c very awake and found out there is a new woman physics Nobel laureate! Day made at early o'clock!

Andrea Ghez - leader of one of the two teams who established the presence of a super-massive black hole in the center of our very own Milky Way galaxy.

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