Two Fruits

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Week 28 - Another Snowy Run

Running:  Year to Date

Distance:  2,023.65 kms in 28 weeks at ave  72.3 kms ( up from 72.2 kms in week 27)

Last week:  73.4 kms

Altitude:  70,825 metres in 28 weeks at ave  2,530 metres ( up from 2,485 metres in week 27)

Last week:  3,740 metres

Just like 2 weeks ago, conditions were perfect for the Saturday long run with sunny skies and snow on the ground.
A good hilly run during the week helped get distance to near weekly average for the year. Also assisted in a great vertical week for me.
The week included two rest days. A few pics from my snow covered trails today continued an amazing winter in Tasmania not really known for it's snow so close to sea level and at such low altitude. The snow started at around 500 metres above sea level with plenty of it at our highest point at just over 1100 metres above sea level.
 Snow covered trails, good fun running over these rough surfaces.
 A small Bennet's Wallaby is Tasmania's version of the bigger kangaroos on mainland Australia. Very timid, this little guy just stood his ground as we passed by.
Surrounding mountains with patchy snow.


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