My Garmin 405 went a little haywire yesterday. I knew something was up when I finished my standard Reeds Lake loop and my watch was reporting that the course had mysteriously gotten .15 mile shorter than the last time I ran it. When I loaded the workout data on the computer, this is what I got.
Apparently, not only did I start from someone else’s house, but then I proceeded to cut through a few peoples’ yards rather than follow the road. Then, rather than following the logical course around the lake, I took an angular route through more yards before getting back on the course. Weird. I don’t remember doing that. The good thing is that SportTracks does a pretty good job of route error correction and fixed the route to show that I did the full 6 miles.
Maybe this is just a sign of things to come.
Anyway, I had a good 6 mile run yesterday, followed by a nice and easy 10 miler this morning. It is very nice to be building up my running base again. This will be my first week in a long time where I will surpass 30 running miles. YAY!
Tomorrow is the Ludington Triathlon, so time to get all packed up and ready.