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The trouble with 10,000 steps

Monday, February 11, 2013

Today being Sunday I was not sure if I would even get 10,000 steps in. I spent the morning at church - which does not offer much opportunity to walk. However after we left church - we went to Subway for our lunch and of course I parked the car the furthest away as I could in the parking lot. We went shopping at two box stores in the plaza before we went home and I took the Dalhouise out for his afternoon stroll. A few moments after I had returned home I went out again covering half the same the same territory again looking for a geocach hidden on the trail. ( More on this later- a new hobby I am undertaking). Came home to finish cooking a chicken dish then my wife and I walked to an evening bible study group we attend, and on my return once again I had to take Dalhouise out. So I a finishing the day with 13383 steps.
That is a lot of rambling - I wanted to share about Saturdays afternoon walk I did with my wife and Dalhousie. So after my early morning walk we all went out together as a family. I wanted to go further but my wife said her feet hurt so we turned back only after 1km. That was Ok - I was feeling a little sore my self too


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KAYOTIC 2/11/2013 9:32AM

    13 thousand steps and a little rambling..great job!

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TREYONE 2/11/2013 8:31AM

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NYARAMULA 2/11/2013 1:15AM


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LJCANNON 2/11/2013 1:00AM

    emoticon Sounds like a Great Day for Steps!! Geocaching is a Fun Way to get in some Extra Fitness Minutes/Steps.

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DRB13_1 2/11/2013 12:51AM

    Great pictures! Geocaching sounds like so much fun. Thanks for sharing! emoticon

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