Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Hike at Mary Cummings Park

Hiked 2.5 miles with Todd C (who was 3 weeks off of his knee surgery).  First time for both of us at the Mary Cummings Park.  Nice park on an unusually warm (60s) January day.  I'll have to go back to this park as we didn't cover every trail but checked out some of the nicer ones.












Tuesday, January 14, 2020

The good old day - 01/14/1990


January 14, 1990

Looking back

 30 years ago today – On January 14, 1990 I hosted a 30 mile run from Londonderry.  Seven others joined up with me with most going 20.7 miles.  GLRR teammates Jeff Haas and Dave Camire (I think) continued on with me for the entire distance.  On this 11 degree day with wind chills dipping below zero we covered 30 miles in 3:28:54 with 10 mile splits of: 70:50, 69:00, 69:04 and passing through the marathon in 3:02:53.

Ah, the good old days!


Sunday, January 12, 2020

Week Ending 01/12/20

I'm finally starting to feel a bit better. The strained quad and back soreness have lessened and even the saddle-sores have improved.  No complaints as I logged 383 miles biking and 25 miles of running (with one day off).  Hoping I won't need to take any more days off but listening very closely to what my back has to say.  Closed out the week with a nice hike in Mary Cummings Park with Todd C who is recovering from knee surgery.

M - 330am bike 1:30 - 35.9 miles
       1130am hike 2 miles in 27:52
       330 pm bike 1:00 - 24.0 miles

T - 330am bike 1:30 - 35.5 miles
       130pm Rail trail run 4 - 9:35s
       330 pm bike 1:00 - 24.2 miles

W - 330am bike 1:30 - 35.8 miles
       1130am hike 2 miles in 28:57
       330 pm work 4 run - 9:17s

Th - 330am bike 1:30 - 35.3 miles
       1130am treadmill run 3 - 8:56s
       330 pm bike 1:00 - 24.1 miles

F -   330am bike 1:30 - 35.6 miles
       1130am work run 4 - 8:30s
       330 pm bike 1:00 - 23.8 miles

Sat - 5am bike 50 miles = 2:00:48
          930am nice 5 mile run in 9:20s

Sun - 430am bike 1:30 - 35.7 miles
          645am 5 miles with D-la (Petey on the bike) in 9:05s
          830am hike 2.5 with Todd C
          10am bike 1:00 = 23.8 miles

rainbow at Mary Cummings park

Thursday, January 9, 2020

15,000 days

December 30, 2019
This was my 15,000th day since I started running (Dec. 6, 1978)
The numbers:
15,000
Days
144,922
Miles run
9.661
Average day
1,849
Days off
8.10
Days between each day off (average)
13,151
Actual Days that I ran
11.02
Average miles run on days that I ran
1468
Races
10.22
Days between each race (average)
8590
Dist raced
5.85
Average distance raced
1030
Injuries listed in my training log
14.56
Average days between injuries
160
Longest stretch of days off (1997 - Fractured navicular)
1177
Longest stretch without a day off (Oct. 20 1990 through Jan. 9, 1994)
213
Times the most common injury (Ankle) is listed
108
Times the next most common injury (Arch) is listed




The last time I looked at the number of days was when I reached 10,000 back in April of 2006.

April 21, 2006
Today is my 10,000th day since I started running (Dec. 6, 1978)
The numbers:
10,000
Days
94,272
Miles run
9.427
Average day
1,372
Days off
7.28
Days between each day off (average)
8,628
Actual Days that I ran
10.93
Average miles run on days that I ran
899
Races
11.12
Days between each race (average)
5642
Dist raced
6.28
Average distance raced
776
Injuries listed in my training log
12.89
Average days between injuries
160
Longest stretch of days off (1997 - Fractured navicular)
1177
Longest stretch without a day off (Oct. 20 1990 through Jan. 9, 1994)
195
Times the most common injury (Ankle) is listed
103
Times the next most common injury (Arch) is listed
1978
Cost of a new home
$62,500
Cost of a gallon of gas
$0.63
Top Movies:
Grease
Animal House
Superman
Top TV shows:
Laverne and Shirley
Three's Company
Mork and Mindy
Happy Days
Miscellaneous:
First test tube baby Louise Brown, is born in Oldam England, fertilized egg is implanted in mother 
 Saturday Night Fever sound track is a best selling album 
 Susan B. Anthony dollar coin is minted 
 Gambling is legalized in NJ 
 Betty Ford enters a treatment program for alcohol addiction  
 Garfield the cat cartoons make first appearance 

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

The 10s

10 years ago: January 2010 – I got in a bunch of double-race weekends this month, mixing in some road with a lot of snowshoe.  I started the month at the Salem MA Frosty Four.  I kind of got stuck out there alone and struggled on the one hill which also happened to have a lot of snow on it.  No complaints with a fourth overall and a masters win.

1 Mike Quintal     M3039   31         M          N Andover MA     21:22    5:21
2 Alex Gomes     M2029   21         M          Peabody MA        21:40    5:25
3 Dave Dunham  M4049   45         M          Bradford MA        22:22    5:36
4 Brett Rickenbach M3039 34         M          Danvers MA        22:52    5:43


The next day was a 4.5 Km race at Beaver Brook in Hollis, NH.  I was pretty sore (foot and shin) but want to race as many snowshoe races as possible in 2010.  Double-J and I did a warm-up on the roads.  The course was dusted with some powder and the base seemed to be a solid sheet of ice.  This meant it would be fast.  I was hoping for a top five finish and get out of the race no more injured than I entered it.  It seemed like a lot of guys raced on New Year’s Day so that would not be an excuse.  The race went off in a flurry of snow.  I planned on looking at the turn to see who was chasing (I could hear a couple of guys right behind me).  I hit the turn in 8:33 and was a bit surprised to see that Steve Wolfe was only 7 seconds back!  I'd beaten him at Prospect last week by 2:14, but it would take a lot to best them in this race.  I kept thinking "get to the uphill then kick", but when I finally got to the uphill I had no kick.  I struggled in to take fourth in 17:10. Steve kept it close for the 40+ title finishing a scant 12 seconds back. 

1 15:48  Jim Johnson       CMS      32M      Salem NH
2 16:24  Tim Cox             aR         36M      Northwood NH
3 16:43  Robert Jackman  TNT       27M      Warwick RI
4 17:10  Dave Dunham     CMS      45M      Ward Hill MA
5 17:22  Steve Wolfe        aR         45M      Merrimack NH


Next up was the Turner Trail race (Pittsfield MA 01/09/10).  Not much to say about this, I had a good race on the climb and held on for the descent.  It was basically climb on one side of the hill and come down the other.  The warm-up and warm-down with a big CMS contingent was fun.

1.  Jim Johnson               32M      45:10            
2.  Corey Watts               21M      46:42 
3.  Dave Dunham            45M      46:59
4.  Tim Vanorden             41M      48:20 
5.  Matt Westerlund         37M      48:50
6.  Tim Mahoney              30M      49:20 
                                                                                 
Top of Turner
The following week I headed out to Western Mass for the weekend.  First up was the Greylock Glen.  After warming up I headed out to check out the bridge crossing that I heard would be tricky.  I wasn't too worried about the missing first plank but was anxious about tripping on the way over.  Over 100, including some fast road runners, took off for the 3.5 miles of racing.  I felt like I was sprinting all-out to the bridge.  I was in 6th as we started the climb but was passed almost immediately by Ross Krause (Wildman race winner).  I closed the gap as the climb continued and passed him back along with Tim Mahoney.  I could see TiVo close and pass Miller (who was power-walking) and I was able to get within a couple of steps of them as we crested the climb.  That was it for me as we began to drop like mad on the fast snowmobile trails.  For some reason I thought there was one more climb, but I must have been thinking of another version of the course.  I ended up holding on but got schooled by TiVo in the 40+ category.  120 finishers was a great showing for a race at the very edge of MA. 
1 JIM JOHNSON              32M      CMS Polar Bears  25:31    6:42
2 MARK MILLER               29M      BAA                   26:21    6:56
3 GREG HAMMETT            32M      CMS Polar Bears  26:45    7:02
4 TIM VANORDEN            41M      CMS Polar Bears  27:02    7:06
5 DAVE DUNHAM             45M      CMS Polar Bears  27:48    7:18
6 ROSS KRAUSE               30M                              28:09    7:24
7 TIM MAHONEY              30M      CMS Polar Bears  28:18    7:26
8 PAUL BAZANCHUCK       55M      WMM                 30:33    8:02

After much debate about Brave the Blizzard (Guilderland, NY) having snow, JJ and I headed off with assurances from the race
director that there would be a race, it wasn't going to be pretty but it was going to happen.  We headed to the old Williams College ski area on Berlin road for a run/hike up and down Berlin Mountain. This is the sixth highest peak in MA and it is also the Rensslear NY county high point.  I've also read that there is no higher point on a NY border (go ahead prove me wrong).  We did the 1,200' climb in 31 minutes (including 5 minutes on top and 5 minutes putting on snowshoes), then had a blast coming down in 12 minutes of sliding and running (and taking a couple of massive spills. 

On the Summit of Berlin Mountain
On race morn we were among the first to arrive.  My goal was to keep Tim V in sight for as long as possible.  Justin Bishop led for most of the race with JJ and TiVo keeping him moving, they all came in within 13 seconds.  I rolled in later that day to take fourth for the second consecutive year.  I ran as hard as I could but all in all the first double SS weekend of the year was a disappointment.  I think everyone who finished in front of me should finish in front of me but in both races, I thought I'd be able to maintain a much better percentage behind.
1 Jim Johnson                 M32      24:44    06:41
2 Justin  Bishop               M28      24:53    06:44
3 Tim    VanOrden          M41      24:57    06:45
4 Dave   Dunham            M45      26:58    07:17
5 Ahmed Elasser              M47      27:39    07:28

I had some injury issues (foot) after this and was just able to bounce back by the end of the month to take on the Sidehiller’s race in Sandwich NH.  It was a qualifier for Nationals which was one of my goals.  CMS had a great turnout at the race taking eight of the top 16 spots.  Looking now, only 3 of the guys in the top 16 have never been a member of CMS.  I took 10th place overall and was tops in the master’s category.

Place     First      Last                  City, State          Age       Team Name       Time    
1          Kevin     Tilton                Conway, NH        28         CMS/Inov-8        31:08   
2          Josh      Ferenc               Alstead, NH        28         BAA                   31:20   
3          Jim       Johnson             Salem, NH          32         CMS/Inov-8        31:25   
4          Peter     Mallett               Manchester, NH   26         CMS                  31:47   
5          Charles  Therriault           Newmarket, NH   24         Acidotic             32:12   
6          Ben       Nephew             Mansfield, MA     34         CMS/Inov-8        32:32   
7          Bob       Jackman            Warwick, RI        27         TNT                   33:25   
8          Tim       Cox                   Northwood, NH   36         Acidotic             33:44   
9          Danny   Ferriera              Concord, NH       27         Acidotic             34:01   
10         Dave     Dunham            Ward Hill, MA      45         CMS/Atlas          34:04   
11         Steve    Wolfe                Merrimack, NH    45         Acidotic             34:05   
12         Eric       Morse                Berlin, VT           44         CMS                  34:44   
13         Jim       Pawlicki             Beverly, MA        35         CMS                  34:51   
14         David    Principe             Cranston, RI       43         TNT                   35:03   
15         Stan      Snow                 Dunbarton, VT    43         GSRT                 35:05   
16         Dave     Quintal              Salem, NH          46         CMS                  35:33   

5 years ago: January 2015 – I missed some time with back woes (spasms) missing 25 days.  I did not race during the month.  Similar to now I was putting in about 3 hours a day working out.  Unlike now I was mixing in rowing (about 1 hour a day).  I still have the ERG rower but haven’t used it in a few years.  I prefer the bike as the lesser of all evils.


Tuesday, January 7, 2020

The 00s


20 years ago: January 2000 - I started the year with a sore ankle that carried over from 1999. I was diagnosed in Susa, Italy (I couldn’t walk after the Challenge Stellina mountain race) with a “distorted ankle”. I ended up missing five weeks and was still getting back into shape as we headed into 2000. I started the year in Florida doing a snowshoe race. No, not what you think…it was Florida MA and the South Pond shuffle where I took third behind Leigh Schmitt and Ken Clark. The only other race I did was a win at the Greylock Glen snowshoe race where it was -4 degrees and the wind was howling at 40mph. Great day to be outside!  From the WMAC newsletter: “It figured to be cold (it was, -8 in downtown Adams with 20 - 40 mph wind gust throughout the day driving the wind-chill into the low numbers).  Everyone survived though, and most even hung around for over an hour eating hot dogs. It ended up being as hard fought an event as the South Pond race a week ago, this time Dave Dunham blasted through the fields of the glen to finish two seconds ahead of 1999 Snowshoe Champion Kenny Clark.  Both gentlemen took turns leading and breaking trail (the drifts were fairly high in the middle 2.5 miles winding through the woods), and it came down to the sprint finish under the watchful eye of Greylock.  1998 Snowshoe Champion Bryan Dragon (16 years old) finished 3rd overall followed by 60 year old John Pelton”.

SAVOY STATE FOREST  FLORIDA/SAVOY, MA 01/15/00
1 Leigh Schmitt  27 South Deerfield, MA      30:19 
2 Ken Clark         37 Somers, CT                 30:24 
3 Dave Dunham  35 Bradford, MA               30:37 
4 Bryan Dragon  16 Cheshire, MA               34:30 
5 Dave Hannon  28 North Providence, RI    35:30 

1ST ANNUAL GREYLOCK GLEN 5KM SNOWSHOE RACE ADAMS, MA 01/22/00
1 Dave Dunham 35 Bradford, MA               25:56 
2 Ken Clark         37 Somers, CT                 25:58 
3 Bryan Dragon   16 Cheshire, MA               29:01 
4 John Pelton      60 West Rupert, VT          29:33 
5 Larry Dragon    39 Cheshire, MA               31:28 

15 years ago: January 2005 – No races during this month, I was recovering from a hip injury from a 50k I did the month before.  I didn’t start running until January 26 after 6 weeks off. Ugh.

Monday, January 6, 2020

The 90s


30 years ago: January 1990 - I only raced twice in January of 1990, the first was a win at the Derry, NH hangover “classic”. I believe Mike Beeman was the race director. I ran 24:47 to win by nearly 2 minutes over Mark Kimball (???). The other race was also a “classic”, the BU indoor track classic at the old cold track where the Agannis arena now stands. The track was always interesting with dead spots that could cause you to wipe-out. I ran decent 5,000 of 14:17 to finish 5th in a field of 17. The race was won in 14:00 by my former U-Lowell teammate (and roommate!) Dennis Simoniatis.

25 years ago: January 1995 - I only raced twice in January of 1995 once on the road and once on the indoor track, I believe I was limited due to Achilles tendonitis. The year started well with a win in 25:09 at the Freezer Five and I closed out the month with a 14:52 second place at the BU indoor track series.

Sunday, January 5, 2020

The 80s


40 years ago: January 1980 - The seven races in January of 1980 is impressive but only the 13th most I’ve done in a month. I recorded six PR’s (personal records) during the month. I started my sophomore year of indoor track racing (after a very disappointing XC season with multiple ankle injuries) with a first place team finish in the 4x880 at the Methuen Freshman sophomore meet. Then I started my quest to earn a varsity letter. We earned points towards a letter by placing in the top three at dual meets. I ended up fourth by 1 second against PA running the two-mile then a week later took third against Tewksbury running the same time (10:45). I picked up another point three days later with a PR of 4:55 and followed that with another PR for 2m at Andover running 10:34. The final PR of the month was a 10:27 third place in the 2m at Methuen. I finished out the month with a 2nd place in the 2m versus Austin Prep, losing my streak of PR’s in the process.

01/05/80           Methuen MA        0.50      R          2:18      Freshman/Sophomore PR
01/07/80           Andover MA        2.00      4          10:45    Central @ PA PR
01/14/80           Andover MA        2.00      3          10:45    Tewksbury PR (tied time)
01/17/80           Methuen MA        1.00      3          4:55      Wilmington PR
01/21/80            Andover MA        2.00      2          10:34    Andover PR
01/24/80           Methuen MA        2.00      3          10:27    Methuen PR
01/28/80           Andover MA        2.00      2          10:46    Austin

35 years ago: January 1985 – I was dealing with arch issues and didn’t race at all during this month.  I missed a total of 18 days but logged nearly 10 miles a day on the days I actually ran.


Saturday, January 4, 2020

Thank you to my red lining partners


I wanted to thank my friends who took the time to join me along the way during my Trustees of the Reservations Red Lining Project.  I ended up running 442 miles and hiking 64 miles to cover every step of every trail on every property.  It was a lot of fun planning and executing this project.  For the most part I did it on my own but on those rare days I conned someone into joining me the fun was bumped up a level.  Doug D and I ran in the pouring rain in a very flooded Old Town Hill.  He also joined me at Appleton Farms where we were stymied by a beaver pond.  I was pleased to bring Doug on a trail he had never been on before (rare).

 Jim P and I visited two Islands with some excellent kayaking to Misery Island with it’s cool ruins.  We ran into some trouble at Crane Wildlife (Choate Island) when the tide went out and we couldn’t get back to our car.  We had to portage a couple of times and then drop our kayaks at Crane beach and run 5 miles back to the car.  When we returned to bring out the kayaks a cop wanted to know what we were up to, when I told him about the tide catching us he said “you certainly aren’t the first to have that happen” and he left it at that.  

Dave La and Colin C were kind enough to do a couple of short (very short) runs on the way back from the USATF 5km championships.  It saved me from having to go back out that way for less than 2 miles of running.  

Dave La and Petey met up with me on the first day of summer at World’s End.  The weather did not cooperate as it poured the entire time.  The guys spirits were not dampened as I kept shouting “left”, “Now right”, “turn around and go back”.  This was another location where I had a meeting with the police.  Prior to the run we met at the T-station.  I arrived first and the cops who were parked there came over and asked me what I was up to.  I told them I was meeting people for a run and they wanted to know why I was running so late at night.  I corrected them that it was actually “early in the morning”.

 Dave La also joined me on what was probably the most fun I had all year.  We ran to all 54 of the Boston Community Gardens in one beautiful morning.  Boston never looked finer and the people were all really nice to us.  It was a fantastic 27 mile run even though technically that isn’t part of the Trustees Challenge, they are properties managed by the Trustees. 


 Finally, Tim V met up with me out in Northwestern MA for two really nice Reservations.  I was out there for a long weekend and my back had become almost unmanageable by the time I met up with Tim.  We got in a foggy but fun run at Mountain Meadow and wrapped up the weekend (and pretty much the end of my running for the year) with 6 miles in the shadow of Mt Greylock at Field Farm.


Below you can see my spreadsheet for all of the 119 Reservations.  I ended up leading the mileage challenge with over 700 miles (compared to 2,000 in 2017) and tied two others by visiting all of the Reservations.  It involved over 48,000’ of climb/descent and 8,000 miles of driving!  Thank you again for being part of this!

I’m not sure what the big “thing” will be in 2020 but I’m sure there will be something interesting and fun to do.  I’m planning on biking the Erie Canal in July and hiking Rainier in September but haven’t figured out anything else. Just yet.


Completed
Name
Listed dist
probable dist
Actual dist run
Climb
 Drive
Partner?
Map
Hiked
Town
Location
4/1/2019
Weir Hill
4.0
6.0
6.25
      741
      20

Y

North Andover
Northeast
4/5/2019
Stevens-Coolidge Place
0.0
1.0
4.05
      289
      20

N

North Andover
Northeast
4/12/2019
Ward Reservation
10.0
16.5
20.66
   2,509
      60

Y

Andover / North Andover
Northeast
4/16/2019
Malcolm Preserve
0.5
1.0
2.90
        79
      35

N

Carlisle
Greater Boston
4/16/2019
Old Manse
0.2
0.2
0.62
        20
      40

Y

Concord
Northeast
4/20/2019
Crane Beach
5.5
8.0
9.05
      289
      70

Y

Ipswich
Northeast
4/20/2019
Hamlin Reservation
0.8
1.1
1.11
        46
      33

Y

Ipswich
Northeast
4/23/2019
Castle Hill
4.0
5.2
5.90
      548
      74

Y

Ipswich
Northeast
4/26/2019
Greenwood Farm
2.5
1.5
1.81
        59
      30

Y

Ipswich
Northeast
4/26/2019
Stavros Reservation
0.7
0.3
0.37
        88
        5

N

Essex
Northeast
4/26/2019
Halibut Point Reservation
0.5
0.7
1.85
      142
      25

Y

Rockport
Cape Ann
4/26/2019
Coolidge Reservation
1.0
2.0
2.37
      250
      15

Y

Manchester-by-the-Sea
Cape Ann
4/26/2019
Agassiz Rock
1.5
2.3
3.61
      648
      10

Y

Manchester-by-the-Sea
Northeast
4/26/2019
Long Hill
1.9
2.6
3.19
      351
      15

Y

Beverly
Northeast
4/26/2019
Gerry Island
0.3
0.5
0.00
        -  
      30

N

Marblehead
Northeast
4/26/2019
Crowninshield Island
0.4
0.4
2.91
      240
      40

N

Marblehead
Northeast
4/27/2019
Pine and Hemlock Knoll
0.5
1.5
0.72
        61
      35

N

Wenham
Northeast
4/27/2019
Moraine Farm
0.0
3.0
2.36
      115
        5

N

Beverly
Northeast
4/27/2019
Old Town Hill
3.0
6.3
8.01
      543
      40
Doug D
Y

Newbury
Northeast
5/3/2019
Appleton Farms Grass Rides
5.5
9.0
10.40
      484
    108

Y

Hamilton
Northeast
5/7/2019
Appleton Farms
6.0
10.0
12.30
      507
    108
Doug D
Y

Hamilton / Ipswich
Northeast
5/12/2019
Crane Wildlife Refuge
3.5
4.1
3.66
      247
      50
Jim P
Y

Essex
Northeast
5/12/2019
Misery Islands
2.5
3.5
3.93
      393
      45
Jim P
Y

Salem
Northeast
5/14/2019
Ravenswood Park
10.0
11.5
11.56
   1,063
    142

Y

Gloucester
Cape Ann
5/16/2019
Mount Ann Park
3.0
6.0
5.36
      400
      74

N

Gloucester
Cape Ann
5/18/2019
Tantiusques
1.5
1.5
0.80
        92
    130
Dave La, Colin
Y

Sturbridge
Central
5/18/2019
Quinebaug Woods
1.1
1.1
0.87
      112
    145
Dave La, Colin
Y

Holland
Central
5/21/2019
Doyle Reservation
3.5
4.5
6.02
      400
      87

Y

Leominster
Central
5/23/2019
Medfield Rhododendrons
0.2
1.0
0.83
        17
      47

Y

Medfield
Greater Boston
5/23/2019
Shattuck Reservation
1.5
4.0
4.43
        75
    137

Y

Medfield
Greater Boston
5/25/2019
Redemption Rock
0.1
0.1
0.12
        10
      59

N

Princeton
Central
5/25/2019
Dexter Drumlin
1.0
1.5
1.40
      128
      62

Y

Lancaster
Central
5/26/2019
Allen C Haskell
0.0
0.5
0.73
        -  
      90

Y

New Bedford
Southeast
5/26/2019
Cornell Farm
1.1
1.8
1.91
        35
        8

Y

Dartmouth
Southeast
5/26/2019
Slocum's River Reserve
2.5
3.5
3.61
      180
        5

Y

Dartmouth
Southeast
5/26/2019
Westport Town Farm
1.0
1.0
1.36
        67
        7

Y

Westport
Southeast
5/26/2019
Copicut Woods
4.5
7.0
9.20
      298
    109

Y

Fall River
Southeast
5/29/2019
Fruitlands Museum
2.0
4.0
5.58
      813
      68

Y

Harvard
Central
5/30/2019
Rocky Woods
4.5
6.3
10.73
   1,050
      94

Y

Medfield
Greater Boston
6/2/2019
Lyman Reserve
1.8
2.5
2.78
      122
      92

Y

Bourne / Plymouth / Wareham
Southeast
6/2/2019
East Over Reservation
1.6
2.0
2.24
        23
        5

Y

Rochester
Southeast
6/2/2019
Hales Brook & Sippican River
2.5
4.5
7.80
        60
      14

Y

Marion
Southeast
6/2/2019
Cormier Woods
3.0
4.0
4.90
      389
    114

Y

Uxbridge
Central
6/4/2019
Farandnear
2.5
3.5
5.01
      358
      75

Y

Shirley
Central
6/6/2019
Chase Woodlands
2.5
3.5
3.31
      240
      37

Y

Dover
Greater Boston
6/6/2019
Peters Reservation
2.5
4.0
4.35
      407
      52

Y

Dover
Greater Boston
6/11/2019
Chestnut hill farm
2.0
4.2
5.02
      315
      98

Y

Southborough
Central
6/16/2019
Medfield Meadow Lots
0.0
0.0
0.00
        -  
    105

N

Medfield
Greater Boston
6/16/2019
Bridge Island Meadows
0.0
0.0
0.00
        -  
      15

N

Millis
Greater Boston
6/21/2019
Pierce Reservation
0.0
0.4
0.41
        80
      42

N

Milton
Greater Boston
6/21/2019
Governor Hutchinson's Field
0.3
0.6
0.31
        80
       -  

N

Milton
Greater Boston
6/21/2019
World's End
4.5
6.2
8.86
      729
      19
Dave La, Petey
Y

Hingham
Greater Boston
6/21/2019
Norris Reservation
2.0
2.4
3.31
        75
      11

Y

Norwell
Greater Boston
6/21/2019
Two Mile Farm
1.0
1.0
2.63
      207
        4

N

Marshfield
Greater Boston
6/21/2019
Holmes Reservation
0.0
0.1
1.04
        47
      86

Y

Plymouth
Southeast
6/23/2019
Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate
3.0
4.2
3.71
      357
      53

Y

Canton
Greater Boston
6/23/2019
Signal Hill
1.0
1.0
1.83
      107
        6

N

Canton
Greater Boston
6/23/2019
Francis William Bird Park
3.0
4.5
4.98
      108
        6

Y

Walpole
Greater Boston
6/23/2019
Moose Hill Farm
3.5
5.0
6.37
      586
        3

Y

Sharon
Greater Boston
6/23/2019
Archives
0.0
0.0
0.33
        -  
        2

n

Sharon
Greater Boston
6/23/2019
Governor Oliver Ames Estate
1.2
1.6
2.38
        37
      71

Y

Easton
Greater Boston
6/27/2019
Fork Factory Brook
1.5
2.0
3.13
      167
      41

Y

Medfield
Greater Boston
6/27/2019
Powisset Farm
1.7
3.0
3.33
      103
        2

Y

Dover
Greater Boston
6/27/2019
Pegan Hill
1.0
1.8
2.21
      347
      53

Y

Dover / Natick
Greater Boston
6/30/2019
Noon Hill
4.5
6.1
9.53
      897
        3

Y

Medfield
Greater Boston
6/30/2019
City Natives
0.0
0.2
0.20
        -  
      49

N

Brookline
Greater Boston
6/30/2019
Leatherbee Woods
0.2
0.2
1.42
        97
      11

N

Brookline
Greater Boston
6/30/2019
Charles River Peninsula
1.3
1.7
2.01
        79
        8

Y

Needham
Greater Boston
6/30/2019
Rocky Narrows
7.0
9.6
8.04
      632
        7

Y

Sherborn
Greater Boston
6/30/2019
Cedariver
1.0
1.1
1.09
        48
        8

Y

Millis
Greater Boston
7/10/2019
Weir River Farm
1.5
9.0
8.30
      708
    114

Y

Hingham
Greater Boston
7/13/2019
Boston Community Gardens
0.0
26.7
26.70
   1,200
      60
Dave La
Y

Boston
Greater Boston
7/17/2019
Whitney and Thayer Woods
10.0
9.0
9.55
      586
    128

Y

Cohasset / Hingham
Greater Boston
7/21/2019
deCordova
0.0
1.8
1.81
      155
      75

y

Lincoln
Greater Boston
7/28/2019
Peaked Mountain
3.5
5.0
7.03
   1,221
    105

Y

Monson
Central
7/28/2019
Dinosaur Footprints
0.1
0.2
0.11
        -  
        6

Y

Holyoke
West
7/28/2019
Land of Providence
1.3
1.8
1.33
        39
      23

Y

Holyoke
West
7/28/2019
Little Tom Mountain
0.8
4.5
4.79
      785
    120

Y

Holyoke
West
7/29/2019
William Cullen Bryant Homestead
2.5
3.2
3.50
      472
    140

Y

Cummington
West
7/29/2019
Chesterfield Gorge
0.5
0.5
0.57
        93
      16

Y

Chesterfield
West
7/29/2019
Petticoat Hill
1.5
1.8
1.39
      547
      18

Y

Williamsburg
West
7/29/2019
Mount Warner
2.0
3.0
4.24
      551
      22

Y

North Hadley
West
7/29/2019
Bear's Den
0.3
0.3
0.35
        56
      78

N

New Salem
West
7/30/2019
Glendale Falls
0.5
1.0
1.10
      180
    138

N

Middlefield
West
7/30/2019
Goose Pond Reservation
0.0
3.2
2.16
      531
      25

N

Lee
West
7/30/2019
Naumkeag
0.2
0.5
1.09
      112
      10

N

Stockbridge
West
7/30/2019
Mission House
0.0
0.0
0.14
        -  
      20

N

Stockbridge
West
7/30/2019
Monument Mountain
3.0
4.0
4.49
   1,104
      10

Y

Great Barrington
West
7/30/2019
Ashley House
0.1
0.1
0.10
        -  
       -  

Y

Sheffield
West
7/30/2019
Bartholomew's Cobble
5.0
6.5
6.18
   1,170
      15

Y

Sheffield
West
7/31/2019
Questing
2.0
2.4
2.60
      409
      13

Y

New Marlborough
West
7/31/2019
Dry Hill
1.5
2.0
2.48
      308
      10

Y

New Marlborough
West
7/31/2019
Ashintully Gardens
0.5
1.0
2.37
      465
    280

N

Tyringham
West
7/31/2019
McLennan Reservation
1.5
2.0
1.93
      406
        3

N

Otis / Tyringham
West
7/31/2019
Tyringham Cobble
3.2
4.4
2.84
      616
      12

Y

Tyringham
West
8/7/2019
Noanet Woodlands
17.0
21.6
21.58
   2,211
    180

Y

Dover
Greater Boston
8/25/2019
Bullitt Reservation
0.9
1.1
1.21
      177
    113

Y

Ashfield
West
8/25/2019
Chapel Brook
2.0
4.0
3.92
      728
        3

Y

Ashfield
West
8/25/2019
Bear Swamp
3.0
4.5
4.61
      736
        6

Y

Ashfield
West
8/25/2019
Elliott Laurel
1.0
1.1
1.22
      228
    128

Y

Phillipston
Central
8/28/2019
North Common Meadow
0.5
0.8
1.20
      174
    140

Y

Petersham
Central
9/1/2019
Rock House Reservation
3.0
4.0
3.60
      534
      88

Y

West Brookfield
Central
9/1/2019
Lucy Stone birthplace
0.0
0.1
0.14
        -  
        2

Y

West Brookfield
Central
9/1/2019
Jacobs Hill
4.7
7.0
4.50
      614
      42

Y

Royalston
Central
9/1/2019
Royalston Falls
1.5
2.0
3.93
      812
        5

N

Royalston
Central
9/1/2019
Doane's Falls
0.5
1.0
2.06
      374
        5

Y

Royalston
Central
9/1/2019
Tully Lake Campground
0.0
1.0
1.50
        55
       -  

Y

Royalston
Central
9/2/2019
Mountain Meadow Preserve
4.0
6.5
5.93
      948
      82
Tim V
Y

Williamstown / Pownal, VT
West
9/2/2019
Field Farm
4.0
5.0
6.09
      468
    152
Tim V
Y

Williamstown
West
10/13/2019
Mashpee River Reservation
2.0
3.4
3.60
      230
    110

Y

Mashpee
Cape Cod
10/13/2019
Lowell Holly
4.0
5.0
4.20
      318
    115

Y

Mashpee / Sandwich
Cape Cod
10/13/2019
Dunes’ Edge Campground
0.0
0.0
0.00
        -  
    100

Y

Provincetown
Cape Cod
10/21/2019
Swift River Reservation
7.0
9.0
9.34
   1,701
    151

Y

Petersham
Central
11/3/2019
Brooks Woodland Preserve
13.5
17.0
17.52
   2,294
    158

Y
9.33
Petersham
Central
11/3/2019
Notchview
25.0
29.0
30.23
   3,649
  1,012

Y
18.02
Windsor
West
11/17/2019
Menemsha Hills
3.0
4.5
3.70
      528
       -  

Y
3.70
Chilmark
Cape Cod - MV
11/17/2019
Long Point Wildlife Refuge
2.1
3.0
3.40
      174
    224

Y
3.40
West Tisbury
Cape Cod - MV
11/20/2019
Mytoi
0.5
0.8
0.41
        26
    220

Y
0.41
Edgartown
Cape Cod - MV
11/22/2019
Wasque
2.5
4.0
2.20
        82
       -  

Y
2.20
Edgartown
Cape Cod - MV
11/22/2019
Norton Point Beach
1.8
1.8
1.60
        10
       -  

N
1.60
Edgartown
Cape Cod - MV
11/22/2019
The FARM institute
3.6
4.0
3.01
        52
       -  

N
3.01
Edgartown
Cape Cod - MV
11/25/2019
Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge
14.0
12.0
10.81
      645
    225

Y
10.81
Edgartown
Cape Cod - MV
12/22/2019
Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge
16.0
15.0
16.20
      151
    215

Y
12.20
Nantucket
Cape Cod - Nant












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Totals
321.00
449.50
506.15
  47,868
  7,964

Total
64.68
Listed dist
probable dist
Actual dist run
Climb
 Drive

Hiked