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Training Log Archive: cfosp1

In the 1 days ending Nov 22, 2019:

activity # timemileskm+m
  XC Skiing Skate1 2:00:02 21.23(5:39) 34.17(3:31) 529
  Hiking1 42:56 2.39(18:00) 3.84(11:11) 27
  Total2 2:42:58 23.62(6:54) 38.01(4:17) 556

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Friday Nov 22, 2019 #

7 AM

XC Skiing Skate 2:00:02 intensity: (5:24 @1) + (3:38 @2) + (24:34 @3) + (33:08 @4) + (53:18 @5) 34.17 km (3:31 / km) +529m 3:16 / km
ahr:154 max:168 shoes: Fischer RCS CarbonLite Skate

Hyland Skate Skiing
7:43 AM; Hyland Park Reserve

-7.4 °C; Cloudy
Sent an email to Karl yesterday about a possible ski today. He called me about the same, before seeing my message. Headed to Hyland because Elm Creek was closed this AM. As usual, super fast. Did 2 laps no-pole to warm up, 1 lap no-pole cool-down and a couple laps of double-poling, still an average of 17 km/h. It's just there are no natural snow conditions that fast. but I'm not complaining, it's great to be skiing when the landscape around is all brown.
2 PM

Hiking 42:56 intensity: (41:52 @1) + (1:04 @2) 3.84 km (11:11 / km) +27m 10:48 / km
ahr:98 max:132 shoes: Asolo FSN 95

Energy Park Short
2:07 PM; Hamline Midway/Frogtown

-1.6 °C; Clear
They said something about above freezing temps for today, it never got quite above 0 °C on my rooftop weather station. But the sun was nice and mild and there was little wind. Lynn and I split the dogs, she taking Mellie for a walk through campus and I taking Roux on the daily off leash parcours. On the way across the Hamline pedestrian bridge, we encountered a school class of 6th or 7th graders. Lots of nice compliments for Roux. He also got some attention from a woman walking by, First, he was more into some nearby squirrels until he turned to her and gave her a dose of exuberant Roux attention.

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