Hike1:34:38 6.33 mi (14:57 / mi) +46m14:37 / mi ahr:100 max:121 slept:6.5 weight:165.2lbs shoes: 2017 Gray Gel Kayanos
With R&T, faster and faster
Equipment maintenance with Zack. Greased the tractor, backhoe, polaris and chipper, took off the backhoe and put on the chipper. Zack is pretty good at finding zerks. I think some of them haven't been greased in quite a while.
Hike1:38:21 5.71 mi (17:13 / mi) ahr:99 max:139 slept:6.5 shoes: 2019 Blue Gel Kayanos
With Rhonda along the beach road. Nice out to start, some dark clouds over Edgartown. When we got almost to the second bridge, a light rain blew in, and it was pretty cool to see the line of raindrops approaching over Sengekontacket. So far so good, but then it really cane down and we were soaked with almost 3 miles to get back. Tried to call my friend Dave to ask for a ride, but the phone was not particularly functional. The rain was randomly opening apps, dialing numbers, sending texts. Just raindrops hitting the screen. So gave up on that and slogged back. The bike path was a river, and the passing cars were shooting walks of water at us. We went by the water aerobics group, who seemed like they might not be quite as wet as we were.
Hike1:29:05 4.63 mi (19:14 / mi) ahr:91 max:111 slept:7.0 shoes: 2019 Blue Gel Kayanos
With Rhonda along the land bank trails at Farm Pond and Tradewinds. Nice oak pine woodlands, around the old airfield, now fenced off to protect the grasslands.
At the basketball courts in Oak Bluffs while my friend Aran was coaching his very talented (read hard-working) 11 yr old daughter Julia. At the other end of the court Ray Allen was coaching three kids, maybe his, aroun 11-14 yrs old or thereabouts. When he was done he stopped and talked with us for a few minutes, complimented Julia on her work. A very fine gentleman.