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Training Log Archive: jima

In the 7 days ending Oct 11:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:20:55 4.2(33:34) 6.76(20:51) 106
  Mapping1 1:38:01 1.46(1:07:09) 2.35(41:44) 54
  Run / hike1 45:03 2.38(18:58) 3.82(11:47) 102
  Total4 4:43:59 8.03(35:21) 12.93(21:58) 263
  [1-5]4 2:49:02

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Sunday Oct 11 #

11 AM

Orienteering 1:00:41 intensity: (44:15 @0) + (13:36 @1) + (2:27 @2) + (23 @3) 3.02 km (20:08 / km) +47m 18:41 / km
ahr:103 max:140 shoes: Inov-8G 260 Mudclaw

Hanging some more streamers at Weeks Woods. Ideal running weather, cool dry, leaves coming down and visibility going up.

3 PM

Mapping 1:38:01 [3] 2.35 km (41:44 / km) +54m 37:25 / km
shoes: Inov-8G 260 Mudclaw

The Walker Property area of the Hollis Town Forest - some interesting terrain - spurs and reentrants, with a few glacial erratics. Partly nice and open with some thicker areas to break up the sightlines.

Thursday Oct 8 #

6 PM

Orienteering 1:20:14 intensity: (1:07:38 @0) + (7:40 @1) + (4:18 @2) + (38 @3) 3.74 km (21:27 / km) +60m 19:52 / km
ahr:96 max:141 shoes: Inov-8G 260 Mudclaw

Low speed wandering around in the woods. Hanging streamers for a training course that will evolve into a permanent course at Weeks Woods.
Dark after about the first 10 minutes, and temps were dropping.
One control description is 'water hole' wasn't quire sure what I'd find. No standing water, moist at most, but from the gunk on the leaves and branches in the depression it's pretty obvious.

Monday Oct 5 #

6 PM

Run / hike 45:03 intensity: (3:04 @0) + (18:18 @1) + (20:52 @2) + (2:49 @3) 3.82 km (11:47 / km) +102m 10:24 / km
ahr:127 max:144 shoes: Gray Speedcross 5 Salomon

Trail run, mostly by headlamp, up the Carye forest side of Lockes Hill.
Been a while since I've run by headlamp. Trail is very indistinct in places, with branches hanging low in spots. Forgot how when a branch appears at head level, it reflects light right back in my eyes, and my mind goes "dude, you're off the trail! Go left, go right, but don't go straight ahead." Almost lost the trail a couple of times. Glad I know these woods pretty well - also had a map and compass with me - bailout bearing is due W - will hit the swamp eventually.

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