Good morning everyone! Day off here in lieu of Remembrance Day which fell on a Saturday this year, so it's a five-day weekend for me as I took Thursday and Friday off. We left home on Thursday to go to the mountains for cross-country skiing: my daughter had an on-snow training camp and DH and I tagged along.
Friday was great - 10-ish km in the morning and then an hour and a bit of strength/balance drills in the afternoon. Then Saturday I had food poisoning or gastroenteritis or something, but let's just say my body was violently rejecting food
so I was horizontal all day while my husband and daughter skied. By Sunday I was feeling a bit better, and also thoroughly sick of being inside, but also not up to anything too demanding, so while my daughter was off training with her group, DH and I skied a pretty little side trail, out and back, and then drove to the Chateau Lake Louise for hot beverages and delicious baked goods.
Then after lunch we drove home (about five hours).
Normally Monday would be a SDO but I woke up craving a run, so went out for about twenty minutes. I'm doing a slow and steady comeback after being off for months and months with PF. Bumped up my run/walk intervals to 5 minutes/1 minute, *and* (this is so exciting I can hardly stand it) I managed to run all the way up a hill that I haven't been able to run up without a walk break since I got back to running! I am very impressed with myself.
About -7C/+16F; snowy trails but fortunately no major ice issues.