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Training Log Archive: cmorse

In the 7 days ending Jun 8, 2008:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Fieldwork1 2:00:00 1.86(1:04:22) 3.0(40:00)12.0
  Orienteering1 1:15:00 1.93(38:56) 3.1(24:12)7.5
  Bike - Slipstream1 7:30 1.55(4:50) 2.5(3:00)1.5
  Total3 3:22:30 5.34(37:54) 8.6(23:33)21.0

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Sunday Jun 8, 2008 #

Fieldwork (Crandalls) 2:00:00 [1] *** 3.0 km (40:00 / km)
shoes: Puma Sierra Trail Racers

trying to clean up some random areas on the map before the meet in two weeks. Adding in a bit more rock on the main slope, but contours not quite matching up (basemap rather deficient in this area). Humidity a definite issue today as every time I stopped to draw, sweat would run off my nose onto the field notes, thus I probably spent more time swabbing moisture off the notes than actually drawing them - ick... guess that's why we draw on film and not paper...

Saturday Jun 7, 2008 #

Orienteering (Gay City Yellow) 1:15:00 [1] *** 3.1 km (24:12 / km)
shoes: Puma Sierra Trail Racers

Managed to get out anyway, though there was no way I could have actually run a course today. Did yellow with the family although it was pretty much Anna doing all the navigation (and quite well, if only we could get her to do it more often), Hayden managing the punch card and the rest of us along for the walk.

Friday Jun 6, 2008 #


Waylaid with some sort of unidentified viral contagion. Flu like, but worse in intensity - severe aches, chills, sweats etc. Oh joy. I've been in bed for two days straight and no end in sight..... Doctor ruled out flu, but otherwise just told me to rest, drink and let it run its course.

Looks like no Gay City tomorrow...

Tuesday Jun 3, 2008 #

Bike - Slipstream 7:30 [2] 2.5 km (3:00 / km)
shoes: Slipstream

finished shortening the chain on the bike (put a smaller crankset on) and took the bike for a quick spin down the street to run it through the gears. Have to be careful not to try to execute tight turns in my new granny gear as the forward speed too low to maintain stability. Good low gear for grinding up long hills, but should probably keep it on the middle ring otherwise (which has a nice range to it). Wanted to ride more, but bus time and other duties called me back..


Apparently there's an avian theme 1, 2 going down today.... So not to miss out -

Had a homing pigeon perched on the roof of the house last night around dusk- all kind of fluffed up, he/she was still there at 5:30 this AM but had departed by the time I got home. Wonder where its headed off to??

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