I had set up my own custom mission, from (roughly) home to (roughly) NYC. I didn’t make a fancy route to get off the highway or anything. Just popped in any old route, to do the miles, and try out the site to see what I thought. Continue reading “Solo mission”
… here are mostly a soup of humidity and mosquitoes, punctuated by thunderstorms.
But every so often, they’re really lovely.
New solar lanterns along the stairs and walkway.
Not only did S and I spend a couple of days recording our daily ‘miles’ and using Google street view Continue reading “And how fun is this?”
I still woke up on time. I still did my usual workout, before what would be the start of my day. I still made coffee. Continue reading “Day off. Ish.”
I’ve been meeting my daily step goals for months. In fact I’ve generally been exceeding my daily step goals, sometimes by a wide margin, most days in the last 2 weeks. Continue reading “Slacker”
This is going to sound like a commercial, but it’s not. No one sponsors this blog but me. Although – full disclosure – if you use my link to TheConqueror.events to buy a mission there, you’ll save 10% and I’ll get a small referrer credit toward a future purchase. 😃
While I try out MyVirtualMission.com and do a solo run from roughly home to roughly NYC, S and I used the related site, TheConqueror. I may have mentioned that S had tried their English Channel challenge to try that out. She liked it, so we joined the Inca Trail Marathon and worked that as a Team. Continue reading “Virtual runs (continued)”