Saturday, 19 March 2016

#FitReaders: Weekly Check-in March 18 2016

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Sunday: 1,5 h walk
Monday: 7 km bike. 30 min walk
Tuesday: 1 h yoga. 4 km bike. 45 min walk
Wednesday: 1 h zumba. 4km bike
Thursday: 8 km bike. 45 min zumba toning
Friday: 4 km bike. 30 min walk
Saturday: 5 k walk



Evidence from that 5k ;) It was so "funny", we were jumping over streams in the darkness and then around the woods, boom, that damn tractor road, sigh. Would have been easier and faster..


I also took an hour walk with Luci at my parents today, but well how long was it really? But then he was damn fast and dragging me along and me going through the snow (do English have a word for the hard snow that forms that you can walk on?) So I do not count it ;)



25 comments:

  1. I've been saying how I'm going to join Fit Readers every week, but i never do. Well, I'm finally doing it! You got me motivated. :)

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    1. Hihi YAY, I am so glad that you will join

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    2. Yea!! So glad you will be joining us! #FitReaders

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  2. Ice? If it's rain that turned into ice then it's Black Ice. Good thing you didn't slip or hurt yourself chasing after your babies :)

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    1. No, snow, hard snow, under it loose snow. If it's really hard you can even walk on it. I know the Inuits have a word for it, since it's perfect making igloo snow

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    1. Usually he just walks with my mum there, but with me, he just dragged me over big rocks, under trees, well he knows I wont say no

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  4. Not sure about the hard snow word. Where I live, we don't get that sort of snow. Funny about finding the road after you were well into your walk. :)

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    1. There might just not be a word for it, we do have lots of words for different types of snow

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  5. I call it crusty snow :) Nice job on the exercise!

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    1. That is a good word since it makes that sound

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  6. I love all your pictures...you always have such lovely shots! And I love the leash on the cat :) Looks like you had a great week!!! Congrats on getting a 5K in...I got one in this week, too!

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    1. Thank you :D
      Hihi, he did not even notice it

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  7. Your posts always make me want to join Fit Readers...I will eventually. LOL

    I can't think of a word for hard snow. We're expecting snow tonight but there has to be some mistake since it's the first day of spring here :)

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    1. I hope that you do one day :D

      It can snow here until May so...not expecting Spring anytime soon

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  8. Yay! You're starting to get some daylight again. Great job on the exercise. I'm still just working out in the house, but I did get out today and start to get my horses ready to start riding again.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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    1. Finally! Sun went down around 7 today! So lovely :D

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  9. Good to see some sun in your photos, hopefully things are warming up. What kind of bird is that, a kind of woodpecker? Bird nerd here, lol. And hooray for no DNFs!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. They promise really cold for tomorrow, bleh

      And yes you are correct!

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  10. Maybe you're getting an early spring this year! Didn't winter last forever last year??

    Karen @For What It's Worth

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    1. HA. No. Last year, well I would not call it a long winter. The snow went in Feb, but the cold stayed on.

      It snowed more last night ;) No spring

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  11. Nice work! I also call that kind of snow "crusty snow" but we don't have it too often here. However... we did have a snow storm over night! eep!

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    1. Not that often? We have it a lot :)

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