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Training Log Archive: GlenT

In the 7 days ending Oct 18:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Hiking2 3:09:17 5.7(33:13) 9.17(20:38) 1452.4
  Bike-Trail1 1:14:53 5.32(14:05) 8.56(8:45) 20920.6
  Orienteering1 1:08:55 3.06(22:31) 4.93(14:00) 14817 /19c89%11.8
  Rail Trail Run1 1:04:52 6.24(10:24) 10.04(6:28) 8017.3
  Trail Run1 58:04 5.03(11:33) 8.1(7:10) 7616.5
  Strength and Flexibility1 50:005.0
  Road Run1 30:31 3.26(9:22) 5.25(5:49) 128.1
  Total7 8:56:32 28.61 46.04 67017 /19c89%81.7
  [1-5]7 6:05:18

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Sunday Oct 18 #

11 AM

Orienteering 1:08:55 intensity: (2:04 @0) + (30:05 @1) + (22:26 @2) + (14:20 @3) *** 4.93 km (14:00 / km) +148m 12:10 / km
ahr:112 max:141 spiked:17/19c shoes: VJ Falcons 10

UsynligO course on Stony Run, a KP map by Greg A of a piece of State Forest north of Stroudsburg. I really enjoyed orienteering here. The area is predominantly hardwood forest and has excellent visibility (100m+). There are lots of features (cliffs, boulders, vegetation, stone wall remnants, trails, a few marshes and good contour detail). There are areas of blueberry and ferns as well as rocky ground, so the going can be slow at times. Unfortunately, this particular piece of SF is only about 1.5 km^2, so there’s nothing else to be added. The fact that the leaves were in their full Fall splendor made it that much better.

Navigated well. Off left on two bearing legs, but Janet pointed out to me afterwards that magnetic north probably wasn’t parallel to the paper edge, as I had assumed. Used a hint at 10 to figure things out when I was looking for a cliff and seeing several more cliffs in the terrain than were on the map.

Hiking 28:12 intensity: (27:44 @0) + (28 @1) 1.45 km (19:29 / km) +32m 17:33 / km
ahr:76 max:95 shoes: VJ Falcons 10

Wandering around in the woods at Stony Run while Janet finished her course. Checked out some of the mapped ruins.

Saturday Oct 17 #

2 PM

Rail Trail Run 1:04:52 intensity: (24 @0) + (1:02 @1) + (20:09 @2) + (42:49 @3) + (28 @4) 6.24 mi (10:24 / mi) +80m 10:00 / mi
ahr:126 max:143 shoes: NB Summit KOM

Plainfield Township Recreation Trail, north from parking at Knitter’s Hill Rd. Mostly paved or gravel rail trail, except at the northern end where there is (was?) a slate quarry and the trail follows old road tracks. Also explored a few side trails at the northern end. Trail is almost entirely in the woods. Upper 50s and sunny, a very fine Fall day.

Friday Oct 16 #

3 PM

Road Run 30:31 intensity: (20 @0) + (1:16 @1) + (9:17 @2) + (18:48 @3) + (50 @4) 3.26 mi (9:22 / mi) +12m 9:15 / mi
ahr:125 max:150 shoes: ASICS Gel Venture 6 (#1)

Around the neighborhood visiting cul-de-sacs. Low 50s, some light drizzle.

Thursday Oct 15 #

11 AM

Hiking 2:41:05 intensity: (2:18:10 @0) + (21:56 @1) + (59 @2) 4.8 mi (33:34 / mi) +113m 31:17 / mi
ahr:74 max:120 shoes: NB Summit KOM

Eales Preserve at Moosic Mountain, near Scranton. A hike on a fine Fall day (sunny and upper 60s) with lots of color. This place is great - 2000+ acres preserving heath barrens. Open areas with lots of scrub oak, aspen and blueberry interspersed with hardwood forest (oak, maple, sassafras, etc.). Rocky underfoot with lots of boulders strewn about, most of it conglomerate. Worth another visit.

Wednesday Oct 14 #

2 PM

Bike-Trail 1:14:53 intensity: (2:11 @0) + (8:13 @1) + (11:57 @2) + (47:11 @3) + (5:21 @4) 5.32 mi (14:05 / mi) +209m 12:33 / mi
ahr:127 max:152 shoes: Trek Marlin 7

Walking Purchase Park. Tested the limits of my physical and technical skills. Bike and rider survived. Upper 60s, sunny.

Tuesday Oct 13 #

2 PM

Trail Run 58:04 intensity: (21 @0) + (19 @1) + (14:05 @2) + (41:08 @3) + (2:11 @4) 5.03 mi (11:33 / mi) +76m 11:02 / mi
ahr:130 max:146 shoes: ASICS Gel Venture 6 (#1)

Lehigh Parkway. Combination of single track and the tamer cinder or paved path along the creek. Trails were damp from earlier rain. Low 60s, overcast.

Monday Oct 12 #

Strength and Flexibility (Yoga) 50:00 [1]

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