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In the 7 days ending Nov 9:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Walking2 1:26:55 2.91(29:52) 4.68(18:34) 23
  Weightexercise workout1 30:00
  Cardio1 15:00
  Total3 2:11:55 2.91 4.68 23

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Thursday Nov 7 #

Weightexercise workout 30:00 [1]

Light weights at Y

Cardio 15:00 [2]

Wednesday Nov 6 #

2 PM

Walking 30:32 [2] 1.51 mi (20:13 / mi) +2m 20:08 / mi

After work, blue dome. Jogging didn't work.

Monday Nov 4 #

Note

NHSI physiatry visit resulted in probably not-unexpected ordering of T/L spine MRIs. Treatment likely won't change but insight should increase.

Sunday Nov 3 #

1 PM

Walking 56:23 [1] 1.4 mi (40:17 / mi) +21m 38:29 / mi

Bear Brook with Willow, early pm. More cloudy than not - still a fine November day, leaves gone, lots of visibility, quite a few hikers, bikers, even hunters. The first place I went to park was occupied by three hunters, 2 cars. Then went to Hayes Field. Had map & compass but did not need it. W’s friendly exuberance was too much at times, jumping on strangers, chasing them on bikes. Finally, a leash.

I had the Bear Brook murder podcast on my mind as a work colleague and I are going to do some sleuthing, probably Veteran’s Day. I’ve seen the path leading to where the barrels were found. Today, I drove on River Road again, by the first gate to the cemetery but turning in at the second. So many graves to behold but there was a woman weed wacking around a few closeby. I asked her if she knew where I might look. She pointed where to go, "the grave with the four Teddy Bears". I would not have cared to row-by-row search for the sake of “virgin discovery". I found the one stone, mentioning only mother and child, found in November, 1985. On top, only under a small stone, was a note naming the four victims by first name, signed by a sister of one.

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