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activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 1:13:18 6.71(10:55) 10.8(6:47) 186
  Running1 1:00:01 7.28(8:14) 11.72(5:07) 167
  Total2 2:13:19 13.99(9:32) 22.52(5:55) 353
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Saturday Oct 13 #

11 AM

Running 1:00:01 [3] 11.72 km (5:07 / km) +167m 4:47 / km
shoes: Brookes Ravenna 8

Steady morning run in wind / VERY mild! (20degs?) . All O events postponed due to the weather - tho here in the city it's just windy & rain has eased, nothing major.

Felt a bit off colour, but survived. indigestion all night (chocolates after 8pm - IDIOT)

https://www.strava.com/activities/1901671422

Wednesday Oct 10 #

12 PM

Orienteering race 1:13:18 [5] 10.8 km (6:47 / km) +186m 6:15 / km
shoes: VJ Integrators

Army event - Alice Holt, Brown, 8.2km, warm day. Stunning weather. Poor effort. 4th. 73:18

Vegetation really dodgy, many places where the map just didn't make sense

Misses at no 3 (2-3 mins) - many lost time here, despite it being "path end". (dodgy vegetation)
4 - too far south - run not runnable; 1 minute?
8 - no idea why i missed it/the path - 1 min
9 - a "bridge" - in circle, simply couldn't locate flag - 2-3 mins?;

Lots of others also found it tough - 2 BOK retirals, plus accidental missing out of controls; Geoff struggled too. I foudn the heat very sapping (complaining in October?) - reduced to a jog / feeling wiped out (kind of ongoing..... not sure if I'm harbouring a low-lying virus). (throat sore later)

To balance it out, I did nail some controls later that others didn't (no 11, 13).
Some of this was luck, some "making my own luck".

http://www.baoc.info/sites/default/files/2018/10/1...

Rg: good comparison with Mark S. http://www.baoc.routegadget.co.uk/rg2/#167&cou...

https://www.strava.com/activities/1896001551
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Note: Flat living sunk to a new depth last night. Woken at 3am by clear snoring. Snoring.

It's the flat below - there are bedrooms above & below me. It's a company flat, and the guy is there on average one night per week for work.

If he was always there, I would be moving again (5th time in 5 years) , as I'm sorry, this is not a home, if I'm using earplugs most nights. the couple upstairs make enough noise but I admit I'm "getting used to it".

There is NO soundproofing in this building. What a stupid waste. What were they thinking when they converted it? Oh I know - the bottom line $$$

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I live in Bristol. I have three hobbies: Running/ Orienteering, Rock climbing, and guitar playing (I'm in a function band, upthefunctio.co.uk). I'm also in SPOOK. I work sometimes freelance at Lloyds bank in Bristol but mostly retired really. I'm generally fit these days, though suffer from variable health, I have Polands' Syndrome, and had M.E./CFS from age 33 - 40 (43 for purposes of sport). I also had major surgery on my upper intestines in 2017. I love music & travel, and mountaineering.


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