Register | Login
Attackpoint - performance and training tools for orienteering athletes

Training Log Archive: bl

In the 1 days ending Dec 2, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road/trail1 12:00 1.0(12:00) 1.61(7:27)
  Total1 12:00 1.0(12:00) 1.61(7:27)

» now

Friday Dec 2, 2011 #

Road/trail 12:00 [2] 1.0 mi (12:00 / mi)

PM DP, gray, rain-like. Left work early - had been there 12 days in a row. To slough & back. Sprints tomorrow, not much to do but see what goes. Encountered a woman (seen her before but not talked) with 4 goldens. Chatted briefly. Z&M surprisingly not so interested. M in heat, one of the g's was most interested - M is a lesbian bitch, tho! We decided that after trying to mate her with various suitable suitors.


Mouse chronicles, Friday pm....

Caught a mouse last weekend. Tried to get it in a cage & it got away from me - ran into adjacent bathroom sink basin & considered diving down the drain:-). Oh, what a pain that would have been! Left him to himself in the BR & he made it somewhere else w/o mishap. Beth put the trap on the floor in the bathroom, & voila, next am, same mouse, same irresistible peanut butter. We got sl. smarter, put him in the mouse box (with the gauze top) we'd used for Tiki. Well, next thing, this mouse had figured he could cling to the gauze & push a hole thru with his nose & be free (in the bedroom this time). But, trusty peanut butter, same result. Now the mouse is waiting for the Tiki (who hasn't seen another mouse since 10/09 when Beth found) intro exp't. to continue. 2 mice in a cage...what is likelihood of little mice? options: 2 males, 2 females or one male, one female= 1 in 3, 33%?. Actually, answer is 50% - not intuitively obvious to me but I am not a statistician (could be one female and one male...).

How wacky is this? Not as wacky as the behavior of the state house Republicans, I'm sure of that.

Circling the drain last week:

towel covering overflow hole which a former mouse had used...

# mice evicted for not paying rent after returning from Scotland O meet, '09 (c. 30).

« Earlier | Later »