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Training Log: Joe

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  hiking3 11:59:56 27.89(25:49) 44.88(16:03) 1580
  sports1 1:00:00
  Total4 12:59:56 27.89 44.88 1580
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Saturday Oct 21 #

6 AM

hiking 7:08:33 [4] 25.26 km (16:58 / km) +841m 14:33 / km
shoes: Hoka Stinson ATR.1

the rest of the trip. woke up about 5:30 and packed up. sipped some warm coffee, ate a few sandwiches and headed down the trail. I was heading toward bear mt and had to cut it short, but I expected that. Pavlina picked me up at Graymor after running some of the last loop of Highlander.
saw a total of 12 people all day. most interesting was the 18 yr old hunter heading out to his spot with his bow. he just popped out of the woods 20 meters in front of me. he has been hunting since he was 14, two years with a bow and yet to get a deer. 1 minute change in either of our morning routine and we would never had seen each other.

hiking with a pack puts aches in different areas - shoulders, hips most notably, but my knee is probably the biggest issue I have to deal with. very unstable when the medial side is facing downhill.

Friday Oct 20 #

8 PM

hiking 3:53:04 [4] 14.29 km (16:19 / km) +680m 13:11 / km
shoes: Hoka Stinson ATR.1

wanted to get in a hike this weekend with the weather being forecast as sunny and 70. I was also interested in checking out the Orionid meteor shower. put the two together and did a night hike.
weather was great, but the pack weight was higher than I am used to. 30 lbs by my estimate. adjusted my speed and just moved along as best I could. used my sticks for balance mostly since my knee was shaky under the weight of the pack. I did not have a destination, just wanted to hike to about midnight and set up the tent. at the stroke of midnight I crested Shenandoah Mt and decided it just doesn't get any better than that. 100x30' of bare rock with views of the sky and a faint glimpse of NYC skyline. watched for about an hour and called it quits after witnessing only one decent meteor.
fell asleep, but not a very good sleep. thinking about critters both big and little digging into my pack for calories.
AOWN note: i had stopped to send a message to Pavlina to Keep her updated on my whereabouts when something landed on the side of my neck and top of my shoulder. It fell to the ground and scurried towards my feet and back up a tree near me. My initial thought was a bat but when
I caught a glimpse of it I knew it was a squirrel. Im guessing it was a flying squirrel that had trouble with my headlamp and lost control.

Thursday Oct 19 #

4 PM

hiking 58:19 [1] 5.33 km (10:57 / km) +59m 10:22 / km
shoes: Hoka Stinson ATR.1

Wednesday Oct 18 #

sports intervals (hockey) 1:00:00 [5]
shoes: Bauer 2007

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