The name of this post sounds like a former motel chain but regardless, the name fits well here because mile 2770 was walked on August 02, 2017.
As I've mentioned in other postings, walking is an integral part of cardiac rehabilitation programs that hospitals provide to heart attack survivors. I know because I'm a cardiac arrest survivor who went through an excellent rehab program, and walking became an integral part of my recovery. I continue with my daily walking as part of my effort and struggle with heart disease.
If you're wondering, unfriendly dogs, hidden skunks (have been inches away but never sprayed though) and ice-covered sidewalks are probably the worst but not-too-often headaches to contend with.
"The Lord will keep your going out and your coming in from this time forth and forever more."
Daily walking does indeed involve constant going out and coming in.
|All are post-heart attack miles recorded using the Nike app on my iPhone.|
If I was actually able to make the foot journey, this is where I would have started... Union Station near Front & Yonge.
|Started: November 22, 2013|
Decades ago my first ever visit to Toronto was through Union Station to visit the CN Tower. I can't say that my first impression of Toronto has ever changed though.
Likewise, if I was arriving at my Vancouver destination, then I would have crossed Burrard Street Bridge and ended my journey at Kitsilano Beach.
|Finished: August 02, 2017|
Quite fitting a choice I think, because once upon a time I lived in Kitsilano and walked over this bridge many times on the way home from work.
A few of the miles recorded in this journey were actually walked in Kitsilano when Kie and I visited there in 2015.
Following are a few distance stats over the route I would have used but I can't say how long it took me to walk the equivalent of each leg.
Month with the most recorded miles walked: February 2014 - 10.7 miles
Month with the least recorded miles walked: April 2017 - 91.16 miles
I suppose the most logical question now is to ask, "What's next?"
Honestly, I have no idea but I'll keep on walking as long as I'm able to.
The Oddblock Station Agent