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Training Log Archive: CleverSky

In the 7 days ending Feb 13:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running4 2:56:02 14.46(12:10) 23.28(7:34) 294
  hiking3 2:18:12 8.68(15:55) 13.97(9:53) 105
  Total7 5:14:14 23.15(13:35) 37.25(8:26) 399

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Saturday Feb 13 #

5 PM

hiking (pavement) 39:06 [1] 3.86 km (10:08 / km)
shoes: Oboz Sawtooth II

A walk with Nancy to pick up a couple of streets -- she's almost done with Lunenburg!

Friday Feb 12 #

9 PM

running (snow) 36:01 [3] 4.82 km (7:29 / km) +68m 6:59 / km
shoes: Inov-8 Oroc 350

Across the street, In the Dark. A little bit shorter loop, sticking to the stuff that was packed down fairly well. A thinner hat and a few degrees warmer was just right, though again not so much energy.

Thursday Feb 11 #

9 PM

running (snow) 48:40 [3] 6.19 km (7:52 / km) +79m 7:23 / km
shoes: Inov-8 Oroc 350

Across the street, In The Dark. Clear and crisp, 15 F, I was maybe dressed a little too warm, had to take off my gloves halfway around. A thinner hat would probably have been just about right. Soft surface, like running on the beach, took a lot out of me, but I made it home.

Wednesday Feb 10 #

8 AM


Snow dealings, round 7. Blowed the fluffy 2" from yesterday and took out the trash, piece of cake, done in under 30 minutes.
10 PM

hiking (mixed) 56:18 [1] 5.41 km (10:24 / km) +72m 9:45 / km
shoes: Inov-8 Oroc 350

Out and around, In The Dark, in the fairly chilly. Didn't have the motivation to go out running. Spikes made a lot of noise on the paved part, headlamp was needed in the woods.

Tuesday Feb 9 #

8 AM


Swampfox was posting some music he recorded a while back, and feet has been entertaining people with poetry lately. I wrote a short story a couple of months ago, and I might as well publish it here. Click on the discussion if you'd like to read it.
10 PM

running (pavement) 35:37 [3] 5.23 km (6:49 / km) +48m 6:31 / km
shoes: Inov-8 Oroc 350

Down to the lake and back, In The Dark. Chilly (low 20s F), but I was dressed warmly enough and in fact took off my gloves after a while. I ventured out ont the lake to see if there had been enough snowmobile traffic to pack it down for skis or the ice bike. What I found was 8" or so of loose snow, with some snowmobile tracks, but under the snow there was an inch or two of slush. Very much unexpected, and not appealing at all. I'm confident the ice under the slush is safe, but I'll stay on land for now.

Monday Feb 8 #

1 PM


Snow dealings, round 6. Blowed the driveway and the mailbox of yesterday's 4", easy peasy. Also shoveled the path to the door.
10 PM

hiking (pavement) 42:48 [1] 4.7 km (9:06 / km) +33m 8:48 / km
shoes: Oboz Sawtooth II

Around, In The Dark. Kinda chilly out. I saw about a dozen cars, but never bothered to turn on my headlamp.

Sunday Feb 7 #

10 AM

running (snow) 55:44 [3] 7.03 km (7:55 / km) +99m 7:24 / km
shoes: Inov-8 Oroc 350

Across the street. The plan was to do Shorter Mystery Blazes ccw, assuming it had all been snowshoed in. But when it came time to leave Hickory Woods, there were no snowshoe tracks, just footprints. I followed them anyway, and after a bit realized was not actually on the SMB connector, but on some other trail that I didn't remember that connected to Mystery Blazes further north. On the way back, at the SMB junction there were footprints, so I must have missed the other end of it. Given that I was already off the standard course, I took the MB option to the brook instead of the Enigma Road, and skipped the loop around to the Waterline trail. Saw a coupe of fatbikers out there, and people on foot three or four times, most of those across the Mulpus from me. Light snow coming down, supposed to be more later on. Felt not very oomphful, but glad I was doing something that didn't involve my upper body after yesterday.

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