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Training Log Archive: JanetT

In the 7 days ending May 12, 2018:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Walking2 1:52:35 6.44(17:29) 10.36(10:52) 91303.6
  Yoga1 50:0050.0
  Total3 2:42:35 6.44 10.36 91353.6
  [1-5]3 2:41:41

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Friday May 11, 2018 #

Yoga 50:00 [1]

Focus: abs and hip stretching

Wednesday May 9, 2018 #

3 PM

Walking 48:35 intensity: (54 @0) + (1:39 @1) + (28:28 @2) + (17:13 @3) + (21 @4) 3.0 mi (16:12 / mi) +79m 14:59 / mi
ahr:108 max:130 shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

Mid to upper 70s, partly sunny (warm). Lots of flowers and trees in bloom.
6 PM


Saw our first hummingbird at the feeder, and new fuchsia and impatiens, this afternoon (though it's likely he's been there before). It's hard to see the feeders from our usual sitting area.

Several neighbors out grilling on this glorious evening... we're just sitting on the screened porch. I think we're the only ones--in the circle of houses whose back yards we can see--who do NOT have a grill.

Monday May 7, 2018 #

7 AM

Walking (rail trail) 1:04:00 [3] 5.53 km (11:34 / km) +12m 11:27 / km
shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

Before breakfast (but after a half cup of coffee), from the motel, with my brother (who uses a Fitbit and an Apple watch). Motel is perched up on a hill, and we used a switchback trail to descend and return.

Saw a couple of rabbits, some goldfinches, blue jays, and other assorted birds.

Sunday May 6, 2018 #


Drove west for my nephew's college graduation. A bit over 5 hours including sitting in traffic near the venue waiting to get through a light and into the garage.

A decent ceremony even if it did run over (3 hours(!) instead of 2:30), a diverse class and audience (a LOT of Al...... names; I don't know whether Egyptian, Iranian, or what, but definitely Arabian of some sort, including one fellow in a Saudi Arabia-style headdress). Speaker was CNN's Wolf Blitzer, who at one point mentioned "fake" news (complete with air quotes), and the couples on either side of us pointedly did NOT clap (including my brother and his wife, parents of said graduate). Sigh. Well, I enjoyed his talk which mostly included how he got started in journalism and the encouragements he got along the way ("do what you love" / "love what you do" type of advice).

It'll be a long drive home, and my other brother mentioned a rail trail close by so maybe I'll walk with him tomorrow morning (if I can drag myself out of bed) before we head to a diner for breakfast, then do the return drive.

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