In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+ft|
| ||Mountain biking||2|| 4:17:19|| 28.0||(6.5/h)|| 45.06||(10.5/h)|| 2178|
| ||Trekking||1|| 2:05:30|| 8.2||(15:18)|| 13.2||(9:31)|| 1193|
| ||Other||2|| 1:17:05|
| ||Walking||1|| 16:12|| 0.5||(32:23)|| 0.81||(20:07)|
| ||Total||6|| 7:56:06|| 36.7|| 59.06|| 3371|
|averages - rhr:53|
Mountain biking (Greensfelder) 1:15:58  6.9 mi (5.4 mph) +646ft
ahr:131 max:160 rhr:53 shoes: Trek Fuel EX 9.8
Finally put this plan into action. Dropped off Jacob and a friend at Six Flags then rode up Allentown Rd to Greensfelder. Relaxed pedal on Green Rock in the attempt to make a park that’s scary for me more familiar and less scary. No pressure on myself, walked anything I wanted to but rode increasingly more. Then back down to SF and the wave pool.
Other (Volleyball ) 17:05 
ahr:70 max:76 rhr:53
Peppering in the back yard with Jacob.
Walking 16:12  0.5 mi (32:23 / mi)
Dog walk. His health is failing, so they’re pretty short and pretty slow.
Mountain biking (Leadbelt marathon) 3:01:21  21.1 mi (7.0 mph) +1532ft
ahr:155 max:173 rhr:53 shoes: Superfly SS
Not a very good day on the bike for me. Course was super muddy, which is way outside of my comfort zone. And my legs were trash, even the first lap. Apparently if you barely ride your bike all summer you lose bike fitness. Who knew? I’d actually planned to take my FS bike, but after last nights torrential rain down there I opted to go with the bike that was already dirty and wasn’t going to be prone to shifting issues. Would have been much happier with gears and suspension, but I did this race last year on SS and did 4 laps. Only got in 3 this time.
Other 1:00:00 
An afternoon of pretty low-key Volleyball.
Trekking (Lewis & Clark) 2:05:30  8.2 mi (15:18 / mi) +1193ft 13:27 / mi
ahr:115 max:151 rhr:53
“Power hike” with Mickey. @yvonne and bobcat sightings
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