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Training Log Archive: cmorse

In the 7 days ending Jan 14, 2007:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Run w/ Jackson2 1:46:24 7.46(14:16) 12.0(8:52)21.3
  Hiking1 30:00
  Total3 2:16:24 7.46 12.021.3
  [1-5]2 1:46:24

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Sunday Jan 14, 2007 #

Run w/ Jackson (Shafran & back) 1:02:34 [2] 7.0 km (8:56 / km)
shoes: Adidas Response Trail XI

late afternoon, 35F, raining (not just drizzle, but depressing dark gray rain)

Its days like these that having a training partner really helps get one out the door. So when I got home from work and it was obvious the boys had been housebound just a little too long for sanity - out the door Jackson & I went. Actually quite an enjoyable run and rather brisk pace (for an 8 year old) on the return. Water company to Shafran over to the parking lot on Eaton and then back with a couple extra mileage loops on the way back. Probably the last mile or so back to Brown's bridge Jackson was running at a pace that was average conversational for me, so for him it was really trucking along - bashing through wet laurel, through the streams and quite impressive until a face plant back on the old trolley line slowed him down - but only a couple hundred meters back to the road where we jogged home at a leisurely pace...

Saturday Jan 13, 2007 #

Hiking (Weigold) 30:00 [0]
shoes: Kumasi GTX

Had to kill some time before picking Anna up, so the boys and I did the blue loop at Weigold. Nice little area that looks like it connects directly over to the Joshua Tract land off Noah Lane - but I guess JHen has indicated this was the case before, I just didn't realize it was actually connected with marked trails...

Tuesday Jan 9, 2007 #

Run w/ Jackson (Hare & Back) 43:50 [2] 5.0 km (8:46 / km)
shoes: Kumasi GTX

Another evening 5km run with Jackson after some fine pizza 'sumption. Probably explains Jacksons complaints of 'side stitches' and the need to take a short walking break every 1500m or so....

Adding 'Run w/ Jackson' as a separate category since we seem to be doing these more regularly now.

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