Apparently, Euler is alive and well and leaving his identity in Portland’s sidewalks.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
- 165 miles — old bike, this year, including this month
- 75 miles — new bike, old cycle computer, this month only
- 62 miles — new bike, new cycle computer, this month only
Total for this year is 302 miles, 104 miles less than I had biked by this time last year. Unfortunately, I don’t know how much of the old bike mileage was from June. Through the end of April, I’d biked 95 miles. And I know I biked 137 miles on my new bike, all in June. That may be as good as it gets. The good news is, I have biked every day to work since getting my new bike, discounting the couple of days I traveled to Folsom for work.
When watching the sun set, turn around. There’s often a pretty view the other direction, too.
We traveled to Camas yesterday evening to visit relatives. The sky put on quite a show.
Is he a traitor? Yes, absolutely. But so were Washington, Adams, Hamilton, Franklin, and Jefferson, to name a few. If you think being a traitor is always bad, no matter the circumstances or motives, you’re officially too dumb to vote.
The government is not one monolithic thing. It’s a bunch of people, thinking they’re doing their jobs.
Headed to Sacramento, clouds obscured the land below, so I looked up.
I won’t be biking to work today, the first work day since Fathers’ Day. I figure 633 miles would be a bit extreme.