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I read alstro's post and thought the same thing as AM (sounds like too much), except I am in Panama, walking every day in the heat and humidity. I'm up to about 3 miles a day which is a lot for me. I walk to the grocery and haul back the groceries in a back pack which can be quite heavy. Sometimes I walk all over neighborhoods taking pictures or a huge park (Park Omar). Today we went by cab to a mall quite a distance away from the apartment and trouped all over that huge mall.

Then every day (almost) I exercise in the pool which is quite chilly. It is about 80F and before you think that is warm, you should try it in the shade with the breeze blowing over you. It might be a lower temp--I am just guessing.

I have also been doing the laundry, cooking and dishes for my daughter.

Those are the lazy days of Panama. I have been traveling around the country which I found quite exhausting (all that boating, snorkeling, swimming in the Caribbean). I have been walking every day since Christmas. That is a record for this old gal. Sunday we are going to Isla Grande in the Atlantic: a day trip snorkeling, boating, music, food and drinks. We have to be at our pick up spot at 7 am <groan>.

Last: when I started reading Angel May's post to alstro, I thought I was reading Art's reply until it got to the quilting. That was a big tip off!
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