A Hiking Trip - Distance - LINC 1.29

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STAVROS: Hi, Yuk. Have you long?
YUK: No. A few minutes.
JOANNE: Nice hat!
STAVROS: Great day for it, isn't it?
YUK: Yeah!!
STAVROS: So ah-well, which trail do you want ?
JOANNE: How about this ?
STAVROS: What, the Loon Lake Trail?
YUK: How long does it to hike that trail?
JOANNE: Oh, I think about an hour and a half.
STAVROS: you sure about that?
JOANNE: Well, it's about five kilometres.
STAVROS: Well, five kilometres. And our average walking speed about ....
YUK: Three kilometres hour.
STAVROS: That it 1.66 hours.
JOANNE: Which is about an hour and a half, right?
STAVROS: One hour and forty minutes to be precise.
JOANNE: Okay. An hour and forty minutes.You know, I've there before. It's a really nice trail. Loon Lake
is lovely.
YUK: Are you sure you want there again?
JOANNE: Well, maybe not. try something new.
STAVROS: Something new?
YUK: this trail? It leads to a lake, too.
JOANNE: Yeah, but it's kind of short. It would probably only take us about half an
STAVROS: Hmmm, well how about this one? It along Heron Creek. And we
at the waterfall.
JOANNE: Hmmm, 5.8 kilometres. That a nice hike.
STAVROS: Well, we there in two hours, give or take five minutes.
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