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Training Log Archive: Fanatic

In the 7 days ending Mar 24:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Walking6 6:04:40 27.66(13:11) 44.51(8:12) 970
  Hiking1 1:31:00 4.7(19:22) 7.56(12:02) 383
  Total7 7:35:40 32.36(14:05) 52.08(8:45) 1353

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Sunday Mar 24 #

Walking 54:33 [3] 3.52 mi (15:30 / mi) +29ft 15:23 / mi


Walk along the rail trail in Granby, Connecticut, as I was on my way to Bradley Airport. This was as crowded as I've ever seen it--runners, walkers, bikers, baby walkers, dog walkers, and one wheelchair athlete. The parking lot was full, but I managed to squeeze in by parking on some mulch at the edge of the lot.

Saturday Mar 23 #

Walking 1:52 [3] 6.6 mi (17 / mi) +200ft 16 / mi


Walk with Colette in Look Park in Florence, plus a short trail section, and out and back, and an out and back section on the bike trail that led us to Leeds and then back to the park. Supposedly warm, but the wind knocked the wind chill factor down by more than 10 degrees. At least the paved sections were flat and clean.

Friday Mar 22 #

Walking 52:40 [3] 3.03 mi (17:23 / mi) +100ft 16:51 / mi


Out and back walk along Woodland Road to the east of Woods Pond. Road was very muddy and wet.

Thursday Mar 21 #

Walking 1:18:35 [3] 4.51 mi (17:25 / mi) +80ft 17:08 / mi


Walk with Colette at Ashley Reservoir in Holyoke before we went to Westfield to drop off some documents. The dirt roads were wet and muddy for the most part with only a few people walking or running around.

Wednesday Mar 20 #

Walking (dirt roads) 1:49:00 [3] 6.0 mi (18:10 / mi) +561ft 16:41 / mi


An out-and-back walk with Colette on Jerusalem Road in Tyringham with Colette. Nice views of the valley to the east.

Tuesday Mar 19 #

Walking (indoor track) 1:08:00 [3] 4.0 mi (17:00 / mi)


Walk with Colette at the indoor track at Simon's Rock.

Monday Mar 18 #

Hiking 1:31:00 [3] 4.7 mi (19:22 / mi) +383ft 17:58 / mi


Hiking with Colette in Barn Island Wildlife Management Area in Stonington, Ct. Quite a change from the hilly trails of the Berkshires. Some nice single-track trails in the wooded sections and wider gravel roads along the low-lying wetlands. Alas, no flora or fauna of significance to be seen at this time of the year.

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