Boise Brew Minute Podcast
What's I'm seeing now-ishBeautiful morning for a run along the lake. Happy birthday, @wentlooking !Added wheel lights that I got for Christmas to my bike so I can be seen from the side. Not sure which Christmas I got them, but we still lived in Boise so... #SafetyEventuallySuccessful prototype. This measures elevation and acceleration of a rocket, then transmits the data to a second Arduino connected to a computer to store the data. This was requested by a teacher for their class. Fun build. Now to soldier it together. #MakersGonnaMake #Arduino #EngineeringAtWorkComing out of the water at the #Renton #PolarBearPlunge. No one wanted to hug me. 😞 (pc: Rebekah Welch @SeattleTimes https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/swimmers-brave-chilly-waters-in-renton-polar-bear-plunge/)Starting to see hummingbirds at our new feeder.
Tag Archives: Africa
No electricity or internet connection has made it difficult to update, but here are a few photos from Watamu. Tonight we catch the night train from Mombasa to Nairobi. Should be interesting for New Years.
First of all, I found Mombasa to be not very interesting to photograph so there isn’t a lot to pick from for this update. The town feels past its prime and although there are some interesting points, there aren’t as … Continue reading
Last night, we caught an evening flight from Addis to Nairobi. Most of what we read told us to be extremely cautious in town, to get out as soon as possible and don’t go out walking after dark. We got … Continue reading
Boxing day meant it was time to leave Ethiopia. We enjoyed our time immensely. The people were some of the friendliest we’ve met and the culture is fascinating. The idea of coming back and hiking from one remote village to … Continue reading
At some point in Lalibela the idea of building churches up from the ground stopped making sense and instead, it was decided that they should be carved out of solid rock. There are 11 churches (depending on how you count) … Continue reading
This morning we flew to Axum, the ancient political and religious capital. The main draw to the town these days are the stelae (granite obelisks) dating from around 400 CE. The tallest currently standing is 25 meters tall and weighs … Continue reading