[Note: Today you’re getting last week’s Dog Walk Challenge – I’ll have the most recent Dog Walk Challenge post up tomorrow. Next week, things will be back to normal.]

The week I spent in Canada was one of those weeks where I knew I would not be able to average two miles per day going into the challenge (see also, winter). My walking path in Canada was a small beach in front of our cabin, which meant just getting one mile in each day was a lot more difficult than it is here among the streets and bike paths. Not to worry, though – the mile streak continues.


“My dog is half pit bull, half poodle. Not much of a watchdog, but a vicious gossip!”

-Craig Shoemaker-

The beach where I walked during this week’s Dog Walk Challenge. More pictures to come when I get a Canada post up.


The Walks:

Day 394 (May 28 – Carlisle, Pennsylvania) – Total Mileage: 2.8 Miles (1 Walk)
Day 395 (May 29 – Carlisle, Pennsylvania) – Total Mileage: 3.2 Miles (1 Walk)
Day 396 (May 30 – Home) – Total Mileage: 2.1 Miles (1 Walk)
Day 397 (May 31 – Home) – Total Mileage: 1.3 Miles (1 Walk)
Day 398 (June 1 – Armstrong Station, Ontario, Canada) – Total Mileage: 1.4 Miles (1 Walk)
Day 399 (June 2 – Whiteclay Lake, Ontario, Canada) – Total Mileage: 1.1 Miles (1 Walk)
Day 400 (June 3 – Whiteclay Lake, Ontario, Canada) – Total Mileage: 1.1 Miles (1 Walk)

The Stats:

Weekly Mileage Total: 13 Miles (Average: 1.96 Miles/Day)
Year 2 Mileage Total: 58.3 Miles  (Average: 2.5 Miles/Day)