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Training Log Archive: PDBennett

In the 7 days ending May 2, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Field Work3 15:50:00
  Orienteering Race1 2:03:47 5.56(22:15) 8.95(13:50) 330
  Trail Run1 1:31:06
  Total5 19:24:53 5.56 8.95 330

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Monday May 2, 2011 #

Field Work 5:30:00 [1]

Continuing saga of Blue Mountain field work.

Interesting tidbit #3. When I first start mapping, nothing looks like slow run. As I get more tired, more slow run magically appears. By the time I'm done, almost eveything is slow run. lol.

Sunday May 1, 2011 #

Orienteering Race 2:03:47 [3] 8.95 km (13:50 / km) +330m 11:41 / km

Official Billygoat training run #18

West Point Red long course. A bit sloopy on #4 - lost contact with map and took 4-5 minutes to relocate. Was very tired going up the hill to #7, but recovered and was able to keep moving to the finish. Very happy with run and no major problems.

Friday Apr 29, 2011 #

Field Work 5:00:00 [1]

Continuing fieldwork at Blue Mountain. Better weather - at bit cooler and certainly less humid. Bugs are out in force and saw another garter snake pretending to be a stick. He stayed completely frozen until I moved around him.

Another interesting mapping tidbit. It appears when the map was updated from the 1980 version they used the 1980 version as the base map. A lot of the features on the 1980 map were generalized. In quite a few cases the update did not change the look of the feature. When you get to a cliff, its shown as a straight line. But it has a distinct bend when you see it in the terrain. Some of these I've updated, but I don't have the time to get them all corrected.

Thursday Apr 28, 2011 #

Trail Run 1:31:06 [3]

Official Billygoat training run #17. Slog of the dead legs. "Ran" at Kittatiny SP with PR. Legs were completely shot after the 6 hours of woods time yesterday.

Wednesday Apr 27, 2011 #

Field Work 5:20:00 [1]

Continuing saga of Blue Mountain fieldwork. Warm, humid and buggy. Love it. Continuing to hit the wall around 5 1/2 hours.

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