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My September Bicycling Accomplishments
- I participated in the BTA Bicycle Commuting Challenge, biking 213 miles with an 88.9% commute rate. It’s not 100% because I travelled to Folsom for a couple of days and didn’t bike 30 miles to the airport (or 630 to Intel Folsom).
- I made a DIY waterproof bucket pannier. It’s great for a change of shoes (and clothes) for when the weather is wet.
- I averaged 11.42 miles per day since getting Sage.1
- I continued my streak of not commuting to work by car since sometime in May, even though some days were a little wet.
|Distance||Time / Bike|
|324 miles||Biked in September 20132|
|1,376 miles||Biked in 20133|
|1,211 miles||Biked on Sage4|
Today is the last day of the BTA Bicycle Commute Challenge, so of course, I rode my bike to work. I’m so thankful for the rain gear I got for Christmas a couple of years back. That, and the dry shoes I carry in my waterproof bucket pannier.
Headed back up the hills from Walla Walla yesterday evening, I stopped at the truck weigh station east of town to see the sunset across the valley. Then I toured some of the country roads nearby looking for a better vantage.1 As it was getting dark, I turned the other direction for this shot. The picture is low key, but those in the NW will be able to relate with the weather we’re getting this weekend.
Tablet: $113 + keyboard: $13. Seriously?! ↩
This showed up in my Facebook news feed.
8 = 56
7 = 42
6 = 30
5 = 20
3 = ?
The pattern looks pretty easy, right?
8 X 7 = 56
7 X 6 = 42
6 X 5 = 30
5 X 4 = 20
So what is the correct answer?
3 = 3 even if it’s preceded by a bunch of false statements.