Today, I went on what's probably the longest hike I've ever been on, 7 miles (according to my Garmin). 42 floors up (46 down, according to the Garmin, which makes no sense, because I hiked a circular trail, and ended up where I started, so I went down as much as up. I wonder if the Garmin doesn't think it only counts if there's a certain steepness?)
My first 5 miles went really well, I averaged just over 2 miles an hour (with my 15 pound pack). But I slowed down considerably in the final mile, especially. I was really tired. My total time was 3:45.
I pretty much hit all my current Garmin goals and more. (My current step goal is 7k, but I'll change that to 8k for this coming week. My floors goal is 10, but since I don't usually hit that unless I go for a hike, I'm not changing it. And my intensity minutes is 200, which I may move to 250.)
I meant to take a picture during the hike, but by the time I finished, I was really done.
I had a really good violin lesson this past week, and now have even more to practice on!
What I didn't do this past week was pretty much any real work. And that needs to change this coming week.
A bit about my hike, so I don't forget. I went on a small part of the Ice Age Trail called the Chippewa Moraine, starting at the Dave Obey Interpretive Center, and did the Circle Loop, with an extra two miles of Ice Age trail (out and back, one mile each way).
Edited to add (on 6/11): I also finished the three level 2 training sessions last week. So that small project should be done!