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  running3 3:14:00
  riding1 1:25:00
  Total4 4:39:00
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Wednesday Jul 28 #

7 AM

running (Mitcham) 45:00 [3]
shoes: Asics Nimbus 22

A couple of minutes faster on this loop than last month, but that may just have been an artefact. Plenty of water flowing in the creek, so maybe I will be able to go and check out waterfalls this weekend instead.

Monday Jul 26 #

5 PM

running 44:00 [3]
shoes: Asics Nimbus 22

Had stuff to finish off at work but I really wanted to get out for a run in daylight, so decided that within 2.5km of my place of employment was a reasonable interpretation of the rules and headed up the hill (still in sunlight, even) then down into Sturt Gorge. At the river crossing, the stepping stones built into the vehicle ford were well underwater, so I took my shoes off and very tentatively waded into the rushing current, which although only knee deep (the concrete base was slippery) had the definite potential to take me downstream with it, so I decided to go back to work instead.

Sunday Jul 25 #

Note

Our favourite trailrunner, Terry Cleary, has started walking across Australia from north to south a week ago: https://www.facebook.com/Coast-to-Coast-1013483455...
11 AM

riding 1:25:00 [2]

I couldn't be bothered figuring out a route for 2 x pi x r (even though the main roads would have been very quiet today) so just rode around for an hour and a half, dodging puddles and pedestrians when on bike paths, and *possibly* stretching my 2.5km radius just a little to check out construction at the sports ground in Mitchell Park (for WA's event in two weeks' time if it goes ahead). Noted evidence of tornadoishness from yesterday, where trees had been ripped apart as if by a giant hand.

Saturday Jul 24 #

4 PM

running long 1:45:00 [3]
shoes: Asics Nimbus 22

The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play.
So we sat in the house all that cold, cold, wet day.
(The Cat In The Hat, Dr Seuss)

After about the 7th storm front of the day - at 45-minute intervals - had passed through, the radar showed clear air for a few hours so I decided to see how Brownhill Creek looks at Mitcham, since we can't go far enough afield to check out any waterfalls :(
Definitely its current flow justifies the creekbed-rebuilding works by the library a couple of years ago!

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