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Training Log Archive: bl

In the 7 days ending Nov 14:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Walking5 3:24:10 4.45 7.17 180
  Kayaking1 1:03:31 1.54(41:15) 2.48(25:38) 2
  PT exercise2 50:00
  Total8 5:17:41 5.99 9.65 182

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Saturday Nov 14 #

11 AM

Walking 53:42 [1] 1.64 mi (32:45 / mi) +20m 31:33 / mi

With Beth & W. on Life Tr mostly. Mostly cloudy, November wx - brown woods so open now. Saw 6 MTBers and 3 dog walkers - W goes bonkers but either not allowed or not welcome to play.

Friday Nov 13 #

Walking 30:00 [1]

With W on the power line. Friday pm, drizzle, gray, brown, drab November for a change. W was full of zip, me not so much but enjoying simplicity outside.

Wednesday Nov 11 #

PT exercise 30:00 [2]

q 2wk session with Brigitte. How many times could I rise and sit in a chair hands across chest...15. I'll have to work on that. Not sure how many a fit 74 y/o should be able to do. Weak thighs et al from when all hell broke loose.
8 AM

Walking 5:16 [1] 0.25 mi (20:40 / mi)

Reacquainted w/ 20'/mi pace - never have been a fast walker.
10 AM

Walking (Nordic walking) 1:00:48 [2] 1.15 mi (52:52 / mi) +76m 43:52 / mi

With Willow, very warm, lo 70s. Graying up, sw wind. To height of PL and left - one surprise track or trail after in the old logged area another took me there.
Great Hill spilling over into chaos.

Monday Nov 9 #

PT exercise 20:00 [1]

at SPS on way home.
12 PM

Walking 54:24 [1] 1.41 mi (38:35 / mi) +84m 32:33 / mi

Elm Brook after work. Shorts & T shirt. Just plain tired for some reason. Put my head down on a picnic table for 15'.

Sunday Nov 8 #

9 AM

Kayaking 1:03:31 [1] 1.54 mi (41:15 / mi) +2m 41:05 / mi

Kimball Pond on a quiet, flat-as-glass surface. Did this solo which was a first experience (in 6 yrs) in getting a two-person kayak on & off the trailer, in and out of water. Couldn't find the beaver dam which, from the top of it, looks like it should be easy enough to find from the water but not so. Also, the grass limits how far in one can comfortably paddle. That's it for the year - considerable work but at least manageable. Things have understandably changed physically in the past 6 years.



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