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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Started the early-evening project yesterday which meant that I turned off the teve at 21.15 (fifteen minutes later than planned) and went to bed at 21.30
Maybe I donĀ“t need that much sleep - woke up at five o clock and could not go back to sleep. Thougt about coach Deans article about raising the metabolism and went out in the woods at 8.30 with dog. Walked looking for mushrooms for more than an hour and worked up a lot of sweat. It is hard because my feet are not good so I have touse my walking sticks to fend off falling flat and I would ask a friend to accompany me if I had any friend who were as slow as me... I am really slow but as I sweat a lot and lose my breath I still think it is good for my fitness level. I got all wet from grass and tree branches - it has rained a lot lately - and had to undress and shake my clothes for tics and mooseflies, nasty creatures. Did not find that much mushrooms but they are just bait, I am happy if I find some because then I feel motivated to go out another time.

Dinner today:

Taco soup with onion, grind meat, tomatos broth whit&black beans, cream and some nacho chips on top
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  • SILLYHP1953
    I think you are managing to work out really well on these walks, even if you are going slow. Do you ever check your heart rate? I bet it's up in the range you need to be in.
    3010 days ago
    Your early morning mushroom search sounds enjoyable despite the slow going and wet conditions! Bet the dog loved it!

    I like a good taco soup! Sometimes I even put a little chopped lettuce, onions, tomatoes and shredded cheese on top. Love your page background of the delicious meals you have prepared! They all look very appetizing.
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