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Training Log Archive: vmeyer

In the 7 days ending Apr 20, 2009:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 3:15:37 7.18(27:15) 11.55(16:56) 365
  Walking2 40:00 1.34(29:56) 2.15(18:36) 160
  Total2 3:55:37 8.51(27:41) 13.7(17:12) 525

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Sunday Apr 19, 2009 #

Walking (Walk to start) 15:00 [2] 0.75 km (20:00 / km) +40m 15:47 / km
shoes: Ice Bugs - Green

Roger made it all the way to the start today. I am so proud. :)

Orienteering race (West Point Green Day 2) 1:50:00 [3] *** 6.0 km (18:20 / km) +190m 15:50 / km
shoes: Ice Bugs - Green

Felt a biting feeling on my shoulder on the way home. Yup, a tick.


I was out on my course today coming down a steep, leafy hillside, and I was a bit concerned about injuring myself. So, I was really glad I that had that whistle around my neck...except it was my USB drive, not my whistle.

Saturday Apr 18, 2009 #

Orienteering race (WP Sprint) 25:37 [3] *** 2.18 km (11:45 / km) +75m 10:02 / km
shoes: Salomom XT Wings 10

Wish I had done better on this, but I enjoyed the venue and the variety of the texture of the terrain.

Walking (Walk to Middle Start) 25:00 [2] 1.4 km (17:51 / km) +120m 12:30 / km
shoes: Ice Bugs - Green

About 1 PM, Roger and I headed out a bit late for my 12:04 start. It was very warm by now. I knew it would be too much for Roger, but he wanted to try, and I appreciate that. He had to stop and sit on the ski equipment at the top of the hill. He continued on after that, but once he saw the downhill on the trail, he knew he couldn't go any further. I am proud of him for making it that far. After so many surgeries for cancer, albeit five years since the last one, he doesn't have much stamina.

Orienteering race (West Point Middle) 1:00:00 [3] *** 3.37 km (17:48 / km) +100m 15:30 / km
shoes: Ice Bugs - Green

Friday Apr 17, 2009 #


Lots of walking around NYC with Roger. We also went to Coney Island. Good thing I didn't have high expectations. I did ride the roller coaster, so that was good.

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