Training Log: barb
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Walking||1|| 1:05:00|
| ||Orienteering||1|| 30:00|
| ||Total||1|| 1:35:00|
I enjoyed working with the smallest kids at the Youth Orienteering Series. I worked with children age 2 to 9. It was great. I really like the progression we have developed. There is usually a parent with the kid, and our activities work well if we explain to the kid (& parent) and then the parent goes out with the kid. The Tarzan string-O is particularly amazing in terms of the different levels of ability that can learn from it. I'm excited about including more intermediate steps for learning to read a map, next year, as we are also doing in our after-school classes.
Orienteering 30:00 
Set out some flags for Keegan and Vilppu at Boojum. It got dark. My light (bike light) was fading. It was nice walking the familiar trails back to the car in the deep dusk. The parking lot was to the west, so I could follow the lightest part of the sky. Earlier, when I was setting the last control, I saw yellow lights through the trees; at first I thought it might be a person, but it was streetlights from the perimeter. I saw Keegan's light soon after, which was good, because my light was flashing to indicate the battery about to die, and I was able to give him the maps for the last loop, and use his light to look at the map to confirm how to get back from where I was.
- Dec 1, 2020 [157w, 5d]:
- Jun 17, 2050 [1,699w, 1d]: Y - wmoc 2050
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