What's I'm seeing now-ishDeception Falls during our snowy hike#RenéMagritteNew Year's day means time to get in cold waterSo #climbing community, I need some advice. Does this call for Gorilla Glue or JB Weld? I'm pretty sure my standard duct tape isn't right for this? #WrongAnswersOnlyTesting a custom Arduino board designed by @mimicrobots. It controlled 256 multicolored LEDs to create #UnderGlow on Avery's jogger.
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Tag Archives: Community
Community Loaves Hub
I’ve been baking with Community Loaves for about 2.5 years and although I don’t bake as often as when I started, I’m still excited to bake bread for local food banks and community members in need. Recently I got the … Continue reading
Posted in Biking, Cooking Tagged baking, bike, bike trailer, Community Leave a comment
I’ve been baking for a while and keeping my sourdough starter going for about two years. During the first 23.5 months, one person asked for some. Since beginning “Stay Home, Stay Safe,” aka COVID lockdown, four nine (as of April … Continue reading
Biking everywhere gives you many opportunities to meet the people around you while commuting. Friday was a perfect example. Our yard backs up to Hill Road (a busy residential street in North Boise), which gives us opportunities to hear many … Continue reading
Cider tales: Making a press for foraged apples
The following article is one I wrote for Edible Idaho for the Fall 2014 issue. Pedaling my bike uphill on a 90 degree day in September, pulling a trailer with 150 pounds of apples, I started to reconsider my “brilliant” … Continue reading
Posted in Other Writing Tagged Apples, Cider, Cider Press, Community, England 3 Comments