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Training Log Archive: LKohn

In the 7 days ending Oct 24:

activity # timemileskm+m
  gardening3 5:57:45 0.48 0.77
  walking3 3:14:36 7.78(25:00) 12.52(15:32) 77
  trail running1 47:37 3.21(14:50) 5.16(9:13)
  Total7 9:59:58 11.47 18.46 77
  [1-5]7 9:59:41

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Saturday Oct 24 #

12 PM

gardening 1:57:45 intensity: (24:40 @1) + (1:19:09 @2) + (5:53 @3) + (8:03 @4) 0.77 km (2:32:55 / km)
ahr:86 max:129

Island Cottage Woods - helped Rick clear the last part of the new trail and build a walkway to connect it to the older trails...lots of thorny rose bushes.

Thursday Oct 22 #

1 PM

trail running 47:37 intensity: (22 @1) + (57 @2) + (43:09 @3) + (2:44 @4) + (25 @5) 5.16 km (9:13 / km)
ahr:108 max:141

Island Cottage Woods - by myself....Finnegan went with Rick to visit Jack.

Wednesday Oct 21 #

2 PM

walking 1:01:17 intensity: (9:21 @2) + (50:59 @3) + (35 @4) + (22 @5) 4.43 km (13:51 / km)
ahr:99 max:140

With Lindsay and Jack...were supposed to go to Northampton Park but it was raining earlier so we just went around the neighborhood....Jack didn't fall asleep until about a half hour out so we kept going. Rick, Finnegan and Christopher joined us on the walk out to the point.

Tuesday Oct 20 #

3 PM

walking 1:12:17 intensity: (17 @0) + (26:01 @1) + (26:03 @2) + (18:08 @3) + (1:48 @4) 4.52 km (16:00 / km)
ahr:86 max:130

Neighborhood walk with Jack and Lindsay...Jack slept.

Monday Oct 19 #

11 AM

gardening 2:00:00 [2]

Adding more layers to the raised bed, compost, dirt, straw...lots of shovel work.

Sunday Oct 18 #

11 AM

walking 1:01:02 intensity: (8:34 @1) + (34:01 @2) + (18:00 @3) + (27 @4) 3.58 km (17:03 / km) +77m 15:23 / km
ahr:89 max:124

Durand - hiking with Jack, Lindsay, Christopher, and Rick. Beautiful Sunday morning...Jack slept the whole hike and most of the way in the car.
2 PM

gardening 2:00:00 [2]

Cutting and hauling logs for my raised bed...arms will be sore. Hoping that getting everything higher will make it less likely that stuff will get flooded out in the spring...

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