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Training Log Archive: Charlie

In the 1 days ending Apr 4, 2015:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering1 1:42:46 5.39(19:03) 8.68(11:51) 219274.6
  Total1 1:42:46 5.39(19:03) 8.68(11:51) 219274.6
  [1-5]1 1:42:40
averages - sleep:4 weight:163.8lbs

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Saturday Apr 4, 2015 #

10 AM

Orienteering 1:42:46 intensity: (6 @0) + (3:20 @1) + (46:48 @2) + (38:04 @3) + (8:52 @4) + (5:36 @5) 8.68 km (11:51 / km) +219m 10:31 / km
ahr:132 max:195 slept:4.0 weight:163.8lbs shoes: 2014 icebugs

Red Course at Huntington. Nominal distance 6.9K. Really nice course set by Niels Lyng-Olsen. Woods were wet, but very little snow, almost none. Mix of some good legs and bad. Two errors on #2. First I got off on the wrong trail, heading SE isntead of crossing to go E. Then once I had that figured out, didn't check my compass when I was going along the wall and left it at the SE corner going in the direction of 3 rather than the NE corner headed to 2. Lucky enough to stumble on #3 and figure out where I was. Then 4, 5, 6 straightforward enough. For 7 I looked in the reentrant 1 to early, had to keep going. 8 was fine, right on. Then I had a plan to go around to the right to 9, but lost my concentration and left way too early, headed way too far L, and wasn't so sure where I was for a while. Finally figured out I was near 17 and went by 17 to confirm. Then I was fine for10-13, although things were very wet in the northern part of the map and I was going to some effort to find the relatively drier spots. Stopped a bit short on the way to 14 on a more or less parallel feature. Lost some time there before I relocated on the big marsh to my N. Then 15, 16, 17, 18 were all pretty easy for me to find. Good execution to 19, aiming to stay along the side of the hill, getting just a little farther E than I wanted to, but no problem. 20 was easy.

Nice ride down and back with Bill.

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