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Working it! How many miles is this?

Sunday, August 04, 2013

Finished the amazing Michael Palmer book.
Went to church and did have lunch there today.

Buddy and I walked 4 laps again. I walked the last 1/2 lap with a 50 y.o. who did her first 5K race after training from April to June... she too said how amazing it is! Seh said I don't look my 60 years!!! I told her how far I walk and now I need an Einstein to figure out how many miles all these Km are. I do 4 laps at 1.3 k each, so 5.2 + 1.8 (walk there and back) and I'm going to estimate .5 for the little oval I walk. So, how many miles is 7.5Km? It takes me just about 2 hr. That's a lot to celebrate... And I did notice that I was still going at a pretty good clip even for the last lap... I post (guessing) that I walk at 3.15mph to figure out the calorie burn count.... 606 I think it said for tonite.

I talked with another man who carries a walking stick and when I asked why (cuz I see lots of people carrying them but only one who actually used it) and he said for the dogs that are running free... hadn't thought of that.

Breakfast - veggie omelette, prunes, watermelon
Lunch - white roll with cold cuts, tuna tea biscuit, BIG chocolate chip cookie, watermelon
Supper - sardines in mustard, pea, celery, black olive salad
Snack - turkey sliced meat, 2 yogurt, cheese stick
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    You are doing such a great job on the walking. I'm proud of you and Buddy.
    1723 days ago
  • BEEJAY49
    Wonderful job! I always thought people carried walking sticks to keep the snakes away. I guess it would work for that too. :) Wish I could walk that path with you! :) HUGS!
    1724 days ago
  • KAYDE53
    Good job!! emoticon
    1724 days ago
    i looked it up
    7.5 km is equal to 4.6 miles\good job!
    nice compliument to to b told you don't look your age!
    1724 days ago
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