MAKIKI WAI WORKDAY AND NA ALA HELE TRAIL ADVISORY COUNCIL REPORT
Camino de Santiago Run

Saturday Training 4-30-05

Aloha Athletes !

This Saturday will take us on a rare visit to the Leeward side for some nice ocean vistas.

Saturday Training 4-30-05 "Kaena Point"

Meeting time: 6:20 am  Starting time: 6:30 am "sharp"

Meeting place: Dillingham Airfield and Gliderport on Farrington Hwy. Take a left into the last entrance to the airfield and circle around to the parking lot on the mauka side of the buildings. Park there.

Training: Take the road to the end and then the trail around Kaena Point to the Yokohama Beach (Makaha) side to the bathrooms, and then return to the cars. Repeat (optional).

Distance: With road portion, approx. 12 miles per out and back.

Duration: 2 1/2 to 3 hours (ave.) per loop

***PLEASE BRING PLENTY OF WATER FOR THE ENTIRE LOOP, AS THERE"S NO DRINKING WATER ON THE MAKAHA SIDE !! Also, sunscreen and hats are recommended ! It will be warm !

Don Fallis

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Don Fallis

Hi Dave,

Yes, we'd love to have you join us for one 12 mile loop (or any distance you prefer). Usually, on our Saturday Training sessions there are people going different distances and different paces. We generally break off into smaller groups to fit the individuals. We try to keep it low-key and fun for everyone. It will be a great way for you to get fit again.

Don

Dave Low

Hi Don,

Wondering if its okay to do one loop (12 miles) with the group? I'm building my miles back up slowly after a 3 yr layoff.

If not, that's okay.

Thanks,
Dave Low

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