Tuesday was some light core and stretching. My back and shoulder are killing me.
Wed was yoga, most of which was ok, though some was really hard on my knees. Plus the snoring goober showed up. Late, interrupting the class after it started. Jerk. I ended up taking a Robaxisal because of back pain. I had doing this, but it wasn't getting any better no matter what I did.
Thursday was my ART/Chiro appointment. The knee is doing good, a bit sore where the IT muscle turns into the tendon, and goes into the knee. No surprise there, biking and some of the leg exercises I'm doing are hard on that area. He had a go at my back, says it's pretty locked up. There were a few clicks, but it's still not right.
Then the Titanic workout. Avoiding a tour group and audio junkies. I hate people wandering around paying more attention to the audio guide than to where they are going. I hate big blocks of people at museum exhibits. I really hate the super chipper guides that ask questions. If I knew the answer I'd be giving the tour, or I wouldn't be there. Tell the story and get the fat asses in the tour group moving! Grrr.
That said the exhibit is wonderful! I was astonished at some of the displays. Paper money, for example, which you'd think would have lasted a few weeks at most. There was a display of some bowls lying in a neat row in the sand because the cupboard they were in had been eaten. Some clothing survived, even. Lots of photos, some video footage, and other odds and ends. Aside from the tour group I quite enjoyed it. Lots of stuff to look at as you snake back and forth around the old science centre. This is the last big exhibit here, till June 27, then it closes to move to the new building.