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Monday, October 29, 2012

"Stella," Terrier mix, White, Oakland - Found!


I received the following email several days after the search.  

"Subject: Stella has been found!!

Date: October 31, 2012

Many thanks to everyone for your positive thoughts and prayers. Stella is now home. Other than four sore paws and exhaustion, she's otherwise unharmed. 

Great thanks goes out to the Ryan family who lives next to the Redwood Regional Park. Specifically Grandma Ryan who found Stella in their yard and tried to tend to her. 
Although they were not able to get close to her to read her tag, they were able to find my listing onlostmydoggy.com

Through that site, they were able to reach me.
We were very lucky that the Ryan family were such kind souls. They too had lost their dog before and felt the desire to pay forward. We too will pay forward as well."

I asked: "What part of the park was Stella found? I know that is a very large park."

The reply: 
"she was found in a home not far from the Piedmont Stables.
her paws were raw and bleeding and she was very quiet and somber when we picked her up.  
but she has since healed and is already barking at the neighbour's dog. :)

I have to wonder though if she really did make it to downtown oakland and back or if perhaps we were following another dog's scent once we were passed Piedmont Stables?"

My reply:
"I am glad she is feeling better.

We were following her scent the whole way based on the scent articles that you showed me and her last known location. That explains the raw feet and the exhaustion and why she was not seen again in the area for a few days. Dogs are capable of traveling very, very far.

Stella is a very lucky dog! Many dogs remain missing after becoming lost."


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Stella is a 25 pound, two year old, white/tan Chihuahua/Terrier mix. She is wearing a collar with ID tags and she is microchipped. She is also very cautious and shy of strangers. 

She got lost when she was being walked off leash with an e-collar in the upper left corner of Redwood Regional Park, near her home at around 6 PM on Saturday evening. A larger dog chased her while on the trail and she got scared and took off. There were several sightings of her throughout the park in the next 24 hours. 

We started where she was last seen on Sunday afternoon at around 3 PM. We picked up the track and followed her on the trail as she went out of the park, then went back in. She went to the Piedmont Stables, onto Redwood Road, and then back to the park. Eventually the track left the park and went into the streets of Oakland. The search was stopped after several hours, and they said they would continue to look for Stella. 

Several days later I received the emails from from Stella's person. 


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Name: Stella Oakland
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 16.12 km (10.0 mi)
Total time: 5:27:44
Moving time: 3:28:00
Average speed: 2.95 km/h (1.8 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 4.65 km/h (2.9 mi/h)
Max speed: 8.70 km/h (5.4 mi/h)
Average pace: 20.33 min/km (32.7 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 12.90 min/km (20.8 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 6.89 min/km (11.1 min/mi)
Max elevation: 355 m (1164 ft)
Min elevation: 5 m (17 ft)
Elevation gain: 462 m (1515 ft)
Max grade: -18 %
Min grade: -19 %
Recorded: 10/29/2012 11:02am




Saturday, October 27, 2012

"Ganja," DLH, Grey/Brown Tabby, Dillon Beach - Found!



I received an email a few days after the search that Ganja was found back near his house. His person continues to believe that Ganja never travelled on the track we followed. She believes that Ganja was there the whole time and never left.

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Ganja is an indoor only, neutered, six year old, brown tabby DLH. He is not wearing a collar and he is not microchipped. 

Ganja was missing for over one week without a single sighting when we did the search.

How he got out of the house is still not known, but he did get out with another cat. That cat did return home by the evening, but Ganja did not return. 

His people did confirm that their area, which is directly on the coast and surrounded by miles of open space in every direction, did have a lot of various wildlife critters in the area like fox, coyotes, feral cats and bobcats. Many of the homes in the area are vacations rentals and remain vacant for long periods of time throughout the year.

After checking the entire perimeter of the house, we did find a track that led away from the house and eventually onto the beach, back to the road and then back to the beach, and followed the beach for miles straight up Tomales Bay. 

I had a difficult time with the GPS map, which is common with searches directly on the coast. After several attempts I finally got the GPS to work, and the map below followed us to the point of where we finally stopped due to loss of daylight, and they requested to stop at the four hour mark. 




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Name: Ganja Dillon Beach
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 1.50 km (0.9 mi)
Total time: 41:53
Moving time: 29:17
Average speed: 2.14 km/h (1.3 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 3.07 km/h (1.9 mi/h)
Max speed: 7.59 km/h (4.7 mi/h)
Average pace: 28.00 min/km (45.1 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 19.57 min/km (31.5 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 7.90 min/km (12.7 min/mi)
Max elevation: -4 m (-13 ft)
Min elevation: -14 m (-45 ft)
Elevation gain: 19 m (64 ft)
Max grade: 0 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/27/2012 3:58pm

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

"Chicu," Chihuahua/Terrier mix, White, Pleasanton"

Still Missing as of November 5, 2012




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Chicu (pronounced CHEE COO), is a neutered, five pound, all white, Chihuahua mix. He is wearing a purple collar with an ID tag, but he is not microchipped. 

There were no sightings of him after he went missing. 

He had been recently adopted to this new home. They went on a short vacation and had him stay with a nearby relative. This relative let Chicu out to relieve himself at 1 AM that Saturday night, and he took off from the unfenced yard. They said they drove around looking for him, and stayed up for a couple of hours hoping he would come back. 

We found the track that went around almost a couple of times in the completely gated and fenced track of small mansions, even going past their home twice. 

Eventually the track left the gated community and went out to the main road where it turned left and went all the way to the area of Shadow Cliffs Regional Park. It was here that the search was called off at the four hour mark.

They said they would continue to look for Chicu. 

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Name: Chicu Pleasanton
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 16.15 km (10.0 mi)
Total time: 4:28:46
Moving time: 3:44:09
Average speed: 3.61 km/h (2.2 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 4.32 km/h (2.7 mi/h)
Max speed: 8.33 km/h (5.2 mi/h)
Average pace: 16.64 min/km (26.8 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 13.88 min/km (22.3 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 7.20 min/km (11.6 min/mi)
Max elevation: 227 m (744 ft)
Min elevation: 112 m (369 ft)
Elevation gain: 339 m (1113 ft)
Max grade: 0 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/24/2012 9:38am

Friday, October 19, 2012

"Toto," Yorkie/Maltese/Poodle mix, San Francisco

Still missing as of November 6, 2012


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Toto is an eight year old, black with brown, ten pound, maltese/poodle/yorkie mix. He is microchipped, but he is not wearing a collar. 

His person let him out to the front porch of her home, which was a normal routine. There is a wrought iron gate that opens to the street, but Toto can fit through the iron designs. In the past, when Toto got out, he would always return. This time, Toto did not return. 

Initially, his person and a helper friend believed that Toto was inside a house down the street, but after the police went to the home, it was proven that the dogs they heard barking in the home, was not Toto. 

Toto was missing for two weeks when I was called. Just before I was called a person called his person on Monday and said that she had seen Toto the previous Friday morning around 7 AM, on her way to school, running loose just a couple of blocks from his home. We went to that location, and did find Toto's scent leading away from the house. 

We followed it for several hours until we were running out of daylight. The area that we tracked him to, Toto had been found in that same area a couple of years earlier when he went missing. 

They said they would continue to look for Toto. 


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Name: Toto San Francisco
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 16.73 km (10.4 mi)
Total time: 5:37:27
Moving time: 3:51:42
Average speed: 2.97 km/h (1.8 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 4.33 km/h (2.7 mi/h)
Max speed: 11.48 km/h (7.1 mi/h)
Average pace: 20.18 min/km (32.5 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 13.85 min/km (22.3 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 5.23 min/km (8.4 min/mi)
Max elevation: 237 m (777 ft)
Min elevation: 49 m (159 ft)
Elevation gain: 485 m (1592 ft)
Max grade: 0 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/18/2012 12:21pm

"Fuka Fuka," DSH, Silver Tabby, Santa Rosa

Still Missing as of August 24, 2013




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Fuka is a four year old, male, twelve pound, silver tabby DSH. He is microchipped, but he is not wearing a collar. 

He was last seen at 9 PM in his backyard after his person let him out. They had moved to the new home a couple of weeks earlier, and Fuka had spent most of that time hidden in a bedroom closet. 

He was missing for almost a week by the time we could make it to the search due to other searches ahead of Fuka's. 

There were no sightings of Fuka after he went missing. 

We found the track leading away from the small "green belt" that borders on one side of their home. From there the track led away and down the street, all the way to the end of the street at a court. We spoke to an elderly man who lived there and did say he thought he had seen Fuka in his yard in the last couple of days. He did allow us to check the yard, which was quite sparse with little vegetation. We did  find the track leading away from the house and continued to follow it around Santa Rosa and out to a hiking/biking path path along a water canal. 

Due to a previous commitment that I had that night, I told Fuka's people that I would only be able to do a four hour search. I did attempt to arrive to the search by 8:30 AM, but due to the long two hour drive, I hit pockets of traffic, and did not arrive until 9:15 AM. 

They said they would continue to search for Fuka on their own. 


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Name: Fuka Fuka Santa Rosa
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 8.88 km (5.5 mi)
Total time: 3:17:24
Moving time: 2:19:18
Average speed: 2.70 km/h (1.7 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 3.83 km/h (2.4 mi/h)
Max speed: 8.15 km/h (5.1 mi/h)
Average pace: 22.23 min/km (35.8 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 15.68 min/km (25.2 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 7.36 min/km (11.8 min/mi)
Max elevation: 49 m (159 ft)
Min elevation: 7 m (22 ft)
Elevation gain: 188 m (615 ft)
Max grade: 0 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/17/2012 9:46am

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

"Oliver," DSH, White with Orange, Hillsborough



Still Missing as of November 6, 2012

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Oliver is an indoor only, three year old, orange and white DSH. He is wearing a collar with ID tags and he is microchipped. 

He was missing for two weeks before I was called out. 

It is not known 100% how Oliver got out, but it is suspected that the housecleaner left the front door open and he got out that way. 

There was a sighting of Oliver by the daughter three days after he was last seen on Saturday evening by the same daughter. The sighting was several blocks away at the end of a court street. We went to that spot, and did pick up Oliver's scent. From there it led away down the street, up another nearby street and eventually all the way up to Skyline Blvd/Highway 35. 

Along the way we passed by Spencer Lake, and Oliver's person said that she had received a call from somebody who was at Spencer Lake several days earlier and thought he saw Oliver. He called based on the flyer he had seen in another location. 

Oliver's person called off the search at the four hour mark and said she would continue to look for Oliver on her own. 

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Name: Oliver Hillsborough
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 7.47 km (4.6 mi)
Total time: 2:31:23
Moving time: 1:31:35
Average speed: 2.96 km/h (1.8 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 4.90 km/h (3.0 mi/h)
Max speed: 10.00 km/h (6.2 mi/h)
Average pace: 20.25 min/km (32.6 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 12.25 min/km (19.7 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 6.00 min/km (9.7 min/mi)
Max elevation: 189 m (619 ft)
Min elevation: 7 m (22 ft)
Elevation gain: 318 m (1045 ft)
Max grade: 0 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/16/2012 12:07pm

Thursday, October 11, 2012

"Jerry," DSH, Black and White, Oakland

Still Missing as of November 6, 2012



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Jerry is a neutered, indoor/outdoor, eleven pound, two year old, Black and white DSH. He is wearing a collar with a bell and ID tag, and he is microchipped. 

He was last seen at home by the dog walker at around 4 PM, but he never returned that evening, and he had always been home by night. 

After I arrived, there was a sighting by a neighborhood child who was familiar with Jerry prior to him being missing. She said she saw him on a corner near her house one day after he was last seen by his people at home. At the time she saw him, she did not know he was missing because flyers had not been posted in the area yet. When she saw the flyers a couple of days later, she told Jerry's people about seeing him on the corner.

We found the track leading away from the neighborhood and all the way down Skyline Blvd. Except for one deviation up a driveway near his home, the track went straight down Skyline until it veered off to a nearby hiking trail and then went down the hiking trail, all the way to Chabot Regional Park. We hit a part of the park where no people were allowed due to some wildlife protection, but Jerry's track kept going. At this point, we were already several hours into the search, so they decided to stop the search. They said they would continue to look for Jerry on their own. 

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Name: Jerry Oakland
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 13.14 km (8.2 mi)
Total time: 4:10:35
Moving time: 2:56:55
Average speed: 3.15 km/h (2.0 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 4.46 km/h (2.8 mi/h)
Max speed: 8.89 km/h (5.5 mi/h)
Average pace: 19.07 min/km (30.7 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 13.46 min/km (21.7 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 6.75 min/km (10.9 min/mi)
Max elevation: 362 m (1187 ft)
Min elevation: 124 m (406 ft)
Elevation gain: 284 m (933 ft)
Max grade: 0 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/11/2012 11:06am

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

"Tia," Chihuahua, Blond, San Francisco

Still Missing as of November 5, 2012



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Tia is an eleven year old, four pound, unspayed, tan/yellow Chihuahua. She is not wearing a collar and she is not microchipped. 

She got out of the house by accident when the house alarm went off and she got scared when police came over to check out the noise. Unfortunately, the police forgot to close the doors behind them as they went through the house, and Tia ran out.

There were several sightings of Tia in the next 24 hours, with the most recent being the following night at around 7 PM several blocks away. We started the search at that location.

The track led us all the way along Third Street, onto Bayshore Blvd and into South San Francisco. We stopped the search after several hours as we were loosing daylight and the track led us onto a freeway onramp. 

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Day One:


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Name: Tia San Francisco
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 19.03 km (11.8 mi)
Total time: 6:30:36
Moving time: 4:38:49
Average speed: 2.92 km/h (1.8 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 4.09 km/h (2.5 mi/h)
Max speed: 17.04 km/h (10.6 mi/h)
Average pace: 20.53 min/km (33.0 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 14.65 min/km (23.6 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 3.52 min/km (5.7 min/mi)
Max elevation: 79 m (260 ft)
Min elevation: -14 m (-47 ft)
Elevation gain: 541 m (1773 ft)
Max grade: 7 %
Min grade: 1 %
Recorded: 10/10/2012 11:13am


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Name: Tia San Francisco Day 2
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 13.04 km (8.1 mi)
Total time: 5:40:02
Moving time: 3:34:16
Average speed: 2.30 km/h (1.4 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 3.65 km/h (2.3 mi/h)
Max speed: 8.52 km/h (5.3 mi/h)
Average pace: 26.07 min/km (42.0 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 16.43 min/km (26.4 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 7.04 min/km (11.3 min/mi)
Max elevation: 223 m (732 ft)
Min elevation: -11 m (-36 ft)
Elevation gain: 494 m (1620 ft)
Max grade: 0 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/12/2012 10:49am


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Name: Tia San Francisco Day 3
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 9.64 km (6.0 mi)
Total time: 3:19:30
Moving time: 2:38:25
Average speed: 2.90 km/h (1.8 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 3.65 km/h (2.3 mi/h)
Max speed: 10.00 km/h (6.2 mi/h)
Average pace: 20.71 min/km (33.3 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 16.44 min/km (26.5 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 6.00 min/km (9.7 min/mi)
Max elevation: 203 m (667 ft)
Min elevation: 23 m (75 ft)
Elevation gain: 341 m (1120 ft)
Max grade: 0 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/15/2012 3:19pm



Friday, October 5, 2012

"Bert," Chihuahua Mix, Dark Brown, San Francisco - Found

Today, November 6, 2012, I found out that Bert was found deceased on October 22, 2012. A couple of weeks after he went missing. Here is the link to the blog:








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Bert is a seven pound, neutered, black with brown Chihuahua mix. He is wearing a collar with ID tags and he is microchipped. He is a foster dog with Grateful Dogs Rescue.

He was walking with a group of dogs and a dog walker, who was also his foster parent. She walked up to the water fountain and turned to look for Bert and he was gone. There were no sightings of Bert, even after an extensive search of the area by many, many people for many hours. 

We found the track leading away from the water fountain, around the park, out to another parking lot on Skyline and then onto Skyline Blvd. Eventually he crossed Skyline near the Olympic Club, crossed back again near the horse stables, went behind the horse stables, came out near John Daly Blvd, crossed John Daly and continued all the way to Mission Blvd. 

Eventually, he made his way to South San Francisco and was spotted a couple of times in the industrial areas. 

On Day two, we started the search again from a current sighting near an auto repair place. That took us all the way into San Bruno where the track went directly onto the 380/101 freeway from a side road. We were forced to stop the search since there was no way to get onto the freeway to check for additional scent. 


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Name: Bert San Francisco
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 20.66 km (12.8 mi)
Total time: 7:00:57
Moving time: 5:15:28
Average speed: 2.94 km/h (1.8 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 3.93 km/h (2.4 mi/h)
Max speed: 9.07 km/h (5.6 mi/h)
Average pace: 20.38 min/km (32.8 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 15.27 min/km (24.6 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 6.61 min/km (10.6 min/mi)
Max elevation: 126 m (414 ft)
Min elevation: -1 m (-4 ft)
Elevation gain: 547 m (1795 ft)
Max grade: 5 %
Min grade: -2 %
Recorded: 10/5/2012 8:32am


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Name: Bert San Francisco Day 2
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 5.77 km (3.6 mi)
Total time: 2:22:14
Moving time: 1:25:21
Average speed: 2.43 km/h (1.5 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 4.06 km/h (2.5 mi/h)
Max speed: 7.04 km/h (4.4 mi/h)
Average pace: 24.65 min/km (39.7 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 14.79 min/km (23.8 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 8.53 min/km (13.7 min/mi)
Max elevation: 52 m (171 ft)
Min elevation: -5 m (-17 ft)
Elevation gain: 160 m (525 ft)
Max grade: -2 %
Min grade: -3 %
Recorded: 10/9/2012 10:44am



Thursday, October 4, 2012

"Noelle," DSH, Solid Gray, San Rafael

Still Missing as of August 24, 2013




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Noelle is an indoor/outdoor, nine pound, two year old, solid grey DSH. She is wearing a collar with ID tags and she is microchipped. 

She was last seen around 11 PM as she walked out her kitty door. She never returned the next day. There were no sightings of her after she went missing. 

When I arrived to start the search a nearby neighbor's medium size dog was loose and ran onto Noelle's property, but when she found Dino there, she turned and ran out. Noelle's people said that is normal. That dog is regularly loose and does repeatedly come onto their property. It is unknown if she actually chases Noelle, but they did say that many times they see Noelle running into the cat door from the outside, as if to get away from something. Also, they had installed an additional gate in front of the kitty door to block any unwanted animals from coming in, and they had a hose ready to spray any cats or dogs that ran onto the property. 

While checking for her scent in the area, we did come upon another large loose dog (Newfoundland mix) in the neighborhood, being walked off leash. The dog came directly at Dino, running past Noelle's person who attempted to block the loose dog as the dog's person was chasing her up the street. I was able to "block" the oncoming dog by shoving my water bottle in his/her's face as she came at Dino. The dog continued up the street, past us, as the owner continued to attempt to catch her dog. Noelle's person said she had never seen that dog before, but admitted she rarely walked in her neighborhood, so this person may be a regular. Surrounding their house is a very large high school with multiple fields and walkways surrounding it, so I would not be surprised that people walk their dogs in the area all the time. 

The reason why I mention all this is because, based on the track we found it appears that Noelle was chased. The track led down to a street ending in a court and then kept going down one of the driveways which eventually turned into a dirt road that twisted and turned in many directions until it led out onto the main road below all these house. From there it made a sharp right and went straight and straight for many miles through San Rafael. 

On Day two, the track was eventually stopped by Noelle's person as we followed the track all the way to Lake Lagunitas, a reservoir, in West Marin. We eventually lost cell phone coverage and the road appeared to be a fire road that led out into a further distant part of West Marin. It took her daughter over a half hour to even reach us to pick us up after ending the trail. 

They said they would continue to look for Noelle. 

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Name: Noelle San Rafael
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 18.33 km (11.4 mi)
Total time: 6:37:44
Moving time: 4:36:38
Average speed: 2.77 km/h (1.7 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 3.98 km/h (2.5 mi/h)
Max speed: 10.56 km/h (6.6 mi/h)
Average pace: 21.70 min/km (34.9 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 15.09 min/km (24.3 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 5.68 min/km (9.1 min/mi)
Max elevation: 32 m (104 ft)
Min elevation: -18 m (-58 ft)
Elevation gain: 470 m (1542 ft)
Max grade: 0 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/4/2012 8:33am



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Name: Noelle San Rafael Day 2
Activity type: -
Description: -
Total distance: 8.83 km (5.5 mi)
Total time: 3:27:06
Moving time: 1:49:57
Average speed: 2.56 km/h (1.6 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 4.82 km/h (3.0 mi/h)
Max speed: 9.45 km/h (5.9 mi/h)
Average pace: 23.46 min/km (37.8 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 12.46 min/km (20.0 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 6.35 min/km (10.2 min/mi)
Max elevation: 257 m (844 ft)
Min elevation: -26 m (-85 ft)
Elevation gain: 431 m (1415 ft)
Max grade: 1 %
Min grade: 0 %
Recorded: 10/8/2012 11:59am