Orienteering56:39 2.98 mi (19:01 / mi) +11m18:48 / mi ahr:115 max:141 weight:172lbs
Found an old Orange Webster Park map from April 2014, so I went and did that this evening. Looks like I was just behind Luke's time of 54:57 from that meet, but ahead of Chelsea's 63:43. I was also ahead of Nate's 58:18, but that was his winning time on Red (6.6k). Several spots were tougher to get through in June that it would have been in April, so that's my excuse for being behind 12-year-old Luke.
Running44:08 4.0 mi (11:02 / mi) ahr:137 max:167 weight:173lbs
Got myself to the track again, this time going to Penfield since I had to drop some stuff off at Paychex as they were collecting for a food cupboard. Upped the distance to 500m reps, and was only a little slower pace than last week's 400 (but did 5 not 6). Was able to descend all: 2:28, 27, 23, 22, 20
First week of league play for golf, finally. Was OB on 4 a triple-bogey, but played decent most of the evening for a 45, missing a 4-foot birdie putt on the last hole, leaving it a couple inches short.
Hashing1:09:18 3.36 mi (20:38 / mi) +13m20:23 / mi ahr:125 max:161 weight:172lbs
There was some whining about our trail from Saturday (although SWH had no troubles with it today), so I reran it today and added some orange tape at a few key checks and a couple of other helpers. In hindsight, there was one "overly" tricky spot when we brought them out to the road to the campgrounds and they needed to go straight from the check, which was not obvious, or circle around to the right to find the hidden start of the trail thru that section.
Orienteering1:08:17 4.03 mi (16:57 / mi) +98m15:45 / mi ahr:128 max:163 weight:171lbs
Nate and I drove over to BFLO for the Sol-O event at Emery Park. Nate ended up with a MSP and several minutes behind me; however, it wasn't really a fair course - not just because I've done many map hikes there over the years - as there were some misplaced controls, and C2 was a pretty ridiculous location: "somewhere in the thicket". I didn't lose too much time going 270 degrees around before busting in and happening upon the very low flag, but Nate spent more time there. I'm fairly certain C4 was in the wrong location - everything lined up for a boulder that I found immediately, but no flag. I then wandered one way, then the other and found the flag next to a piece of stone. C7 was definitely in the wrong location as the X on the map was most certainly marking the pile of logs at the edge of the clearing or, less likely, some old stone grill or something behind it. The flag was at some other junk, much closer to the stream, and Nate never found it. I found it only after resigning to having Nate catch up to me and confirm that it should have been at the logs before moving on. C8 was lying on the ground in a fairly random location, but it was right on my path to the mapped knoll, so I lost no time, but Nate took a wider approach and didn't see it initially.
A nice visit with Walt and Patty afterwards, then a quick stop at Brigid's house, where the sun was shining uninterrupted.
Running45:00 4.01 mi (11:13 / mi) ahr:132 max:160 weight:171lbs
Decided to jump on the track today to see where I stand, and the results were not good, but not terrible. I did 6x400 with 400 after each (100m walk, 250m jog, 50m walk). 2:01, 1:55, 1:54, 1:52, 1:51, 1:53 The watch wasn't tight enough for the first 4 intervals, so the HR recorded too low.
Ended my streak of 6 days of some sort of running, but got to play golf. 48 this week, with 2 3-putt bogeys and a double-bogey off my best drive where I was within 100 yards of the pin but shanked badly right (very uncharacteristic from that distance) behind trees and had to chip back into play. Left several other strokes out there as well.
Orienteering1:17:42 4.4 mi (17:40 / mi) +148m15:59 / mi ahr:127 max:154 weight:170lbs
Went to Durand Eastman with Nate and we knocked off 20 of the eastern permanent course controls in the heat. Quite clean on the navigation, as expected, given how slow we were moving with the real-feel in the 90s at the start (better than over 100 at the house). Finished up and took a cold one down to the Lake Ontario shore.