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Training Log Archive: JogorNot

In the 7 days ending May 3, 2014:

activity # timemileskm+m
  hiking1 1:47:00
  walking1 1:02:00
  Total2 2:49:00

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Monday Apr 28, 2014 #

walking 1:02:00 [3]

around neighborhood

Sunday Apr 27, 2014 #

hiking 1:47:00 [3]

Hiking in Alum Springs Park. This is a small park hidden away in the city of Fredericksburg. In the 1700's this park was the location of a number of duels. It was also used as a prison camp for captured British and Hessian soldiers. This park has a nice stream and a 400 foot long 40 feet high limestone cliff. After hiking through the park I continued hiking on the path leading to the train station and then back to the park. If Crow's Nest is ever used for an A meet, downtown Fredericksburg would make an ideal sprint venue.

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