The figures are in for May, and I’ve kept to my target of an average of at least two miles a day. I wish it were nearer three, but there have been a few days when we haven’t walked far either being away for appointments, the weather, or having walked too far the day before and eight joints are stiff!
So although I didn’t hit the 70 mark as I did in March, I have walked further than April clocking up 67.06 miles, which works out at an average of 2.16 miles a day.
That brings the total since I started recording my distances to 237.12 miles.
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Very well done.
Well done. 🙂
I’m gradually getting back into the routine.
Excellent job! It’s nice to see someone else’s walking numbers.
Not a patch on yours though, but I’m pleased so far.
Mine is a little excessive at this point – I think yours is nice and reasonable. I will have to detail some of my absurd walks this next week when I get back. Suffice to say, only a person who has a long walking streak would even attempt to walk where I will be walking next week.
Sounds interesting! Enjoy