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Training Log Archive: Funderstormin

In the 7 days ending Oct 8:

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  Running3 2:30:00
  Yoga (hot)2 2:00:00
  Total5 4:30:00

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Saturday Oct 8 #

8 PM

Running 40:00 [3]

Took Earl on his longest adventure this weekend - 2550km of brewery visiting and trail exploring in MA and VT. Left Thursday after work and arrived at our campground in MA about 2:30 a.m. Friday was spent driving over to Boston and back to Monson to visit Trillium and Tree House, then partway into Vermont to get a head start on the next day's drive. Saturday involved trips to Hill Farmstead and the Alchemist and then finally settling into Little River State Park for a couple of nights. At this point we both agreed that there had been too much beer and not enough trails, so we headed out for a run in the dark and rain to stretch our legs. Partway through we realized that running on a trail we didn't know without a map and only one headlamp wasn't our best decision! We turned around and went back but were glad to have at least gotten a little leg stretch.

Thursday Oct 6 #

Running 30:00 [2]

Still feeling kinda crummy but wanted to get out and enjoy the still warm mornings!

Wednesday Oct 5 #

7 PM

Yoga (hot) 1:00:00 [1]

Trying to sweat a nasty cold out of my system.

Tuesday Oct 4 #

Yoga (hot) 1:00:00 [1]

Sunday Oct 2 #

1 PM

Running 1:20:00 [3]

Mrs. Tiny and I ran the Canadian Beer Run, a super fun event that combines two of my favourite things! The concept was a little bit ridiculous...20 minutes before the "race" started, you drank a bunch of beer with the other runners in your wave (we were called The Growlers). Then we ran a few kms and stopped to drink beer from another brewery. Then we did this a few more times for a total of five beer stops and about 12km. Each stop was either at or featured a local brewery and you were there for about 20 minutes to drink.

A silly but fun way to spend a Sunday afternoon, and I tried a few beers I hadn't had. Our medals are also beer openers!

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