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Training Log Archive: moojieturtle

In the 7 days ending Mar 22, 2020:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking5 4:47:37 9.95(28:54) 16.01(17:58) 436
  Tandem Biking2 1:33:13 15.49(6:01) 24.93(3:44) 46
  Trail Running1 1:11:00 5.35(13:16) 8.61(8:15) 73
  Nordic Skiing1 1:10:44 3.22(21:58) 5.18(13:39) 38
  Road Running1 49:00 5.03(9:44) 8.1(6:03) 25
  Urban Hiking1 44:26 1.86(23:54) 2.99(14:51) 74
  Total11 10:16:00 40.9(15:04) 65.82(9:22) 692
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Sunday Mar 22, 2020 #

8 PM

Urban Hiking 44:26 [0] 1.86 mi (23:54 / mi) +74m 21:16 / mi

Saturday Mar 21, 2020 #

4 PM

Tandem Biking 49:24 [1] 7.98 mi (6:11 / mi) +22m 6:08 / mi

took the tandem out for a spin w/ e!

created a new activity since it didn't seem fair to call it "Biking". i think the person in back (me) does less work. really enjoyable as being able to talk to each other is really easy!

felt good once we got going - our goal was to go to the waterfront but we kept going and ended up in sodo. :)
6 PM

Tandem Biking 43:49 [1] 7.51 mi (5:50 / mi) +24m 5:47 / mi

race to beat sunset back - definitely have a lot more inertia to help keep momentum up!

Friday Mar 20, 2020 #


found out this morning that our motivate-ourselves-to-be-in-better-shape-for-WRC race, Meet the Minotaur, is getting postponed to next year. this race was scheduled for june 27th of this year. :(
5 PM

Hiking 31:57 [1] 1.22 mi (26:12 / mi) +46m 23:27 / mi
ahr:96 max:123 shoes: Brooks PureGrit 5

hike down to what is becoming our usual beach spot at disco. for a change of pace/longer walk, started from north parking lot. lots of big groups out not socially distanced... i guess it is the first friday evening since bars/restaurants closed in WA state...

pretty easy to keep *our* distance from others - also saw lots of small groups of kids out playing in the woods on the way down to the bluff! also numerous cases of my pet peeve - off-leash dogs. grrr... as e notes, it is really a PET peeve of mine. ;)
7 PM

Hiking 1:03:10 [1] 2.44 mi (25:53 / mi) +65m 23:54 / mi
ahr:104 max:153 shoes: Brooks PureGrit 5

leisurely hike back at sunset and afterwards - e periscoped the beach portion of the walk back so others could appreciate mount rainier out in full glory and the beautiful shifting colors of sunset. turned the corner at the lighthouse and it got super windy! put our heads down at that point and picked up the pace to get back up. getting pretty dim as we arrived back at the parking lot.

Thursday Mar 19, 2020 #

3 PM

Trail Running 1:11:00 [3] 5.35 mi (13:16 / mi) +73m 12:44 / mi
ahr:159 max:184 shoes: New Balance Summit Q.O.M.

super twisty and meandering run at disco. tried to find most abandoned trails possible, kept turning around to avoid oncoming people, found lots of little side trails i had no idea existed. pretty fun actually!

headed down bluff to meet up w/ e afterwards for post-run relaxing and treats :)
5 PM

Hiking 27:00 [2] 0.83 mi (32:31 / mi) +109m 23:06 / mi
ahr:114 max:152 shoes: New Balance Summit Q.O.M.

no sunset tonight - climbed back up bluff to make it home in time for the virtual COC board meeting

Wednesday Mar 18, 2020 #

4 PM

Road Running 49:00 [2] 5.03 mi (9:44 / mi) +25m 9:36 / mi
ahr:148 max:164 shoes: Inov-8 Road Claw 275 Coral

easy run - lots of crossing the street to avoid others. relatively quiet so not too much of a pain.

Tuesday Mar 17, 2020 #

6 PM

Hiking 1:30:20 [1] 2.89 mi (31:15 / mi) +103m 28:08 / mi
ahr:103 max:133 shoes: Brooks PureGrit 5

another sunset/evening walk at disco - super low tide again. one benefit of being laid off is getting to do these walks w/ e as i am usually at work this time of day. :)

Monday Mar 16, 2020 #

3 PM

Nordic Skiing 1:10:44 [1] 3.22 mi (21:58 / mi) +38m 21:11 / mi
ahr:95 max:129

spent the morning cancelling/inquiring about rescheduling all the upcoming COC orienteering event permits, getting refund process/paperwork in motion, etc. a bit of a bummer - some of these upcoming events have been a huge amount of work from the permitting side (and a lot of other sides for other people in the club!). but also a bit of a relief as it has been becoming more and more clear it wouldn't be possible to hold these events in a safe way for both our participants and the greater community.

headed out to the mountains in the afternoon for a short, leisurely nordic ski. warm conditions and a lot of surfaces were icy - we decided to stay super flat as we didn't want to risk getting injured and needing medical care at a time when putting any unnecessary additional strain on our healthcare system feels irresponsible. gradually getting used to a new normal?

it was wonderful to be out in the woods and fresh air! i feel very lucky to have access to it and hope others are also finding ways to have positive outlets during these trying times.
7 PM

Hiking 1:15:10 [1] 2.57 mi (29:15 / mi) +113m 25:44 / mi
ahr:108 max:145 shoes: Brooks PureGrit 5

evening/sunset walk at disco - watched sun set behind olympics from beach. pretty cool to have been up in the mountains and down at the beach in the same day. super low tide! avoided other groups by heading off into the bushes as we approached one another. good thing for all the off-trail orienteering practice! :P

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