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Thursday, April 14, 2005

Library Run

  • date: 04/14/05
  • time: evening
  • weather: 43 ºF, mostly sunny, wind E at 21 mph
  • mileage: today-2.7, week-10.7, year-130.0
  • resting (bpm): 63
  • after workout (bpm): 116
  • weight: +29


I’ve gone back and forth trying to decide if I should include today’s mileage as a workout. I covered over 5 miles, but almost half of it was walking. So, I’ve decided to count just the mileage jogged, that between my home and the public library.

I didn’t stay for Nephew’s entire little league practice because I wanted to get home in time to run some miles and pick up a book I had reserved at the library. By the time I got home, it was getting dark and the wind seemed to have dropped the temperature 10 degrees from the time I left the ballpark. Basically, I bagged the intended run and decided to jog to the library instead of driving there. Even though I took a short break to check out the book, I kept a pretty steady pace there and back again. So, a little cheesy, but 2.7 miles goes down on the log. Oh, the book:

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