Running (Road) 29:00 
So I'm on my way to Babler after work and make the mistake of calling home to see how Mama and Baby-O are doing. "I've been better," says mama. Well, it's obviously a trap, but I'm screwed either way, so I step right into it and ask what's wrong. Turns out Baby-O is blocked and mama can't get to the store to buy any prune juice because she's also blocked - the tree guys are trimming our tree and have her stuck in the garage. Well, so much for Babler. I swing by the store and get some juice and come home. By now, there's not much point in heading out; Baby-O is hungry because she hasn't been able to take a nap (oh, I forgot to mention, she managed to poop while I was getting the juice, but apparently there was a lot of crying involved). The upside is that mama is trying out a new recipe. It's a dish called "The Stack" that we've had at a restaurant that a friend of ours manages. It's actually a pretty healthy vegetarian dish. Naturally, we add wine and it turns out just dandy. The downside is that my chance to hit 172 by May 1 isn't looking so good, despite the fact that prior to dinner I had eaten a whopping 550 calories. I know if I hang around I'm not going to want to get out at all, so I head out the door while there's still daylight even though I'm still a bit woozy from the heat and the wine.
Orienteering (Woods) 32:00  ***
By the time I get to Creve Coeur Lake, the buzz is gone and I'm actually able to push pretty well through a control picking course. Woods are nasty around the edges, but quite fast inside. Didn't get too torn up despite wearing just shorts and a singlet.