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Training Log Archive: Bash

In the 7 days ending May 20:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running1 3:37:33 13.64(15:57) 21.94(9:55) 810
  Mountain Biking2 2:42:50 25.79(9.5/h) 41.5(15.3/h) 366
  Total3 6:20:23 39.42(9:39) 63.44(6:00) 1176
averages - sleep:6.1

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Sunday May 20 #

3 PM

Mountain Biking (Rail Trail) 1:00:57 [3] 21.15 km (20.8 kph) +21m
slept:5.0

Sunny ride on the Georgian Trail with Mrs. Tiny before Funderstorm arrived.

Saturday May 19 #

9 AM

Running long (Trail) 3:37:33 [3] 21.94 km (9:55 / km) +810m 8:22 / km
slept:6.0 shoes: Salomon Speedcross 3 Aqua

Muggy run around Blue Mountain and surrounding ski areas in lieu of watching the royal wedding. Amber, Dee, Mrs. Gally, Nicole, Shannon M. and I were together for the first part of the run. Amber and I both have mountain races coming up so we stayed out awhile longer. So glad for the good company! We were aiming for 3 hours but apparently we're over-achievers.

Friday May 18 #

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slept:6.0

Thursday May 17 #

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slept:6.75

Wednesday May 16 #

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slept:6.75


Timato: He's kind of a big deal.

Photos from tonight's K-W Athlete of the Year banquet.











Tuesday May 15 #

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slept:6.25

Blah. That is all.

Monday May 14 #

12 PM

Mountain Biking (Single Track) 1:41:53 [3] 20.35 km (12.0 kph) +345m
slept:5.75

First technical ride of the year! The trails took longer than usual to dry out then I injured my neck and couldn't ride. It was worth the wait.







I did most of the single track in Palgrave East and some of the double track too. Conditions are excellent except for a few muddy sections on the multi-use double track. I didn't see any poison ivy in leaf but it's almost that time.

I ran into Wayne, my former bike mechanic who still rides his mountain bike fast in his 70s. There were 20+ hikers and bikers on the trails on a week day, and I had to make a couple of last-minute swerves when other bikers were approaching head-on at high speed. Palgrave East has become popular enough that I don't think it will be safe for the dogs to come riding with us anymore.



There were a few trees down from the wind storm but all the designated MTB single track had been cleared. These photos were taken in the stretch from 15-16 km.







Clouds were amazing at my neighbour's lookout, known as Thinker's Hill.

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