Graph My Run – run useful and analysis (locally) on a (local) gpx file
WebPlotDigitizer – upload an image of a graph in order to estimate the underlying data
Unicode Shapecatcher – draw a character in order to identify the best-match unicodes for it (detexify does the same for LaTeX)
RGB Color Codes Chart – look up a color in RGB
pdfcalendar – customize a simple calendar, and download it in pdf
IMSLP – public-domain sheet music
30g aquavit + 30g bourbon + 10g marachino + 20g sweet vermouth
45g gin + 10g gr chartreuse + 22.5g lemon + orange bitters
From HP to CBG’s Bike the Garden event. To and from, with three laps around the campus, makes for 14.5 miles and one tired nine-year-old.
The ridge across our east-west path is the edge of the Highland Park Moraine, and it’s about a 50′ elevation change. More about that local geography here.
Just a few sightseeing attractions on today’s business-trip run.
Remember that time when we left the garden alone for an entire weekend?
It’s a cucumber year. Pickling cukes, though soon enough those become munching cukes and salad cukes and target-practice cukes.
Good garlic, too, and a fair number of big multicolored tomatoes. The jury’s out on the tomatillos; depending how many growing weeks remain, we might have 10 or 20 or 150.
We also conclude the weeks of cake bounty, as illustrated by mister 3 and his “here’s my cake, what are you having?” expression.
Nearing the end of September, the harvest is still going well. Frequent, large toms, return of the occasional strawberry, and – maybe – a successful eggplant? We have begun overgrown-yellowing-mushroomy season.
Last year’s strawberry box is weathering elegantly. Go go grow!
Average moving speed, 16.9 mph. Distance ridden, 135.8 mi. Distance coasted, zero.