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Training Log Archive: Funderstormin

In the 7 days ending May 29:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Trekking/Hiking2 4:30:00
  Cycling3 2:35:00
  Running2 1:32:00
  Orienteering1 1:05:00
  Strength Training2 55:00
  Yoga (Other)2 20:00
  Total7 10:57:00

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Saturday May 29 #

Trekking/Hiking 2:00:00 [3]

Started at the beginning of the Black Walnut section of the Grand Valley Trail and hiked the first 10km to the end of Sudden Tract where I had stashed my bike on the way there. Some really lovely trail that I'd never seen before!

Cycling 25:00 [3]

Friday May 28 #

Running 32:00 [3]

Strength Training 25:00 [3]

Thursday May 27 #

Orienteering 1:05:00 [3]

Combined taking down ribbons for an ARK course with a little morning adventure.

Wednesday May 26 #

Running 1:00:00 [3]

Yoga (Other) 10:00 [1]

Tuesday May 25 #

Strength Training 30:00 [3]

Yoga (Other) 10:00 [1]

Cycling 40:00 [3]

Monday May 24 #

Cycling 1:30:00 [3]

The last time I traveled across Hwy 118, I took a detour to check out the entrance to Bigwind Lake Provincial Park, a non-operating park. I found a couple of recent tracks running through there on AllTrails, so I proposed we go exploring by bike on our way back home. It was such a fun adventure ride exploring the main snowmobile trail / road that runs through the middle, and checking out the side trails going to some of the most perfect campsites I've ever seen (sadly with no camping signs). It felt like real AR biking, and I understand that WT ran through this area one year, and I could see why!

We just did an out and back but plotted out a larger loop for a future adventure.

Sunday May 23 #

Trekking/Hiking 2:30:00 [3]

Took advantage of having two cars to do a point-to-point hike on the Algonquin Highlands Ridge Trail and then some of the Circuit of Five Viewpoints. Since the Ridge trail is linear, we weren't surprised not to see anyone, and only saw a couple of others on the C5V trail. Mosquitoes were out in full force!

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