Category Archives: cycling

2019 France – Day 1

< previous I had fallen right asleep and slept through the night. Well, until 4:30 (local time) – and then was actually pretty awake. But… I didn’t get up. Eventually I fell back asleep and then was pretty fast asleep … Continue reading

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2019 France – Day 0

Well I haven’t finished last year’s Colombia trip, but somehow this got written up and the next day of Colombia isn’t, so here goes… Eric had let me leave my bagged up bike at his place the week before, so … Continue reading

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Angel Island

Weather permitting, Angel Island – the largest natural island in the San Francisco Bay – is easily visible from bayside Marin, San Francisco and the East Bay. So close, and yet… of course, being an island, it’s surrounded by water, … Continue reading

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IONTW – August 12, 2018

Perseid meteor shower! Don’t forget snacks!! Night sky atlases of the past, and some modern-day scientific illustration. Another grueling fire season in California. Rob Decker at National Park Posters is donating part of the proceeds of sales of his Whiskeytown National … Continue reading

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2018 Colombia – Day 4

< previous day Another leisurely sleeping in-ish sorta morning, and down to the mill for huevos revueltas and cafe con leche. I could get used to this! Therese was staying at the same place, and had mentioned going swimming and … Continue reading

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IONTW – June 3, 2018

Yesterday, today and also next weekend, June 9-10, Art at the Source Open Studios in western Sonoma County. Libraries aren’t just for books! Here’s one of sourdough starters. And another food related – eat your game! Make a caption + … Continue reading

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IONTW – May 6, 2018

My homie Luther Burbank made it into the Atlas Obscura! Typesetting as sport! (h/t Frankie) And all you two-spacers rejoice! Next Saturday, May 12 in San Jose – Japantown Immersive. Bike that are not just zero emissions, but actually clean … Continue reading

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