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Training Log Archive: PG

In the 1 days ending Dec 5, 2018:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  biking - dark blue bike1 1:44:03 23.88(4:21) 38.43(2:42) 586
  Total1 1:44:03 23.88(4:21) 38.43(2:42) 586
averages - weight:139lbs

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Wednesday Dec 5, 2018 #


I think it's time to get in touch with a major donor to MF1 to see if she might also step up for MF2.

Since her circumstances have changed a bit since then, the approach will have to change too.

A seance is planned for this evening... :-)

Note: I would normally not have a clue about seances and such things, but I just read Circe, and I have some ideas...

12 PM

biking - dark blue bike 1:44:03 intensity: (1:33 @1) + (1:25:29 @2) + (17:01 @3) 23.88 mi (4:21 / mi) +586ft 4:15 / mi
ahr:122 max:145 weight:139lbs

Another fine day for outside activities. Managed to visit a few spots I hadn't been before and get slightly confused (lost?) at least twice. And on the way back to my car, when my hands were starting to let me know that they were getting rather cold, I couldn't resist a detour, just to see where a bike path went that I hadn't been on.

All of these things -- new places, confusion, spontaneous exploration (though not perhaps the cold hands) -- are good, signs that the outing had a bit of adventure to it. Just what I like.

Cold, about 30, but wind was light and there was some sunshine. A little cold on the face at times, but the face seems to be able to tolerate such things rather well.

From the malls on the bike path to and thru Northampton, then Leeds and almost Haydenville before I turned back. Got confused the first time in Look Park, I'd only been by there coming the other direction, missed the turn to the bike path, took a different bit of pavement that led to a parking area and then to decent dirt trail that looked like it might have been the route of an old trolley line. But before long it petered out, just single track.

Kept going, of course. :-)

On a steep side slope. I really was paying attention, as falling would probably have put me in the stream down below, but my skills were up to the challenge and shortly I was back on pavement. And a little while later back on the bike path.

And a little while later, confused again, as the bike path just ended, a big mound of dirt blocking the way forward, a newly paved little side trail offering an exit. I was sure I'd been through there this summer with Phil, but who knows, nothing to do but take the exit and head back to the car.

A side trip on the way back to visit the VA Hospital in Leeds, which was certainly big enough to be a mountain, given that Mt. Pollux is one, but it doesn't have a name, so I guess it doesn't count. Meandered around a bit on top, and then shot back down the hill. From then on my hands were no longer warm.

But it was a good ride, and in December you take what you can get. Best get in the miles while the weather is good.


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