PGP Keys

Here’s my public key for my day-job email address.

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Version: GnuPG v2.0.22 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: A revocation certificate should follow

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-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

And here’s another key, for my personal email address.

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: Mailvelope v1.1.0
Comment: https://www.mailvelope.com

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-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

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Wabasha Fall Bike Trip

…or at least, that was the idea. Before we headed out, I did a better than usual safety inspection. Tire pressure, oil level (added a pint), lights, cables, and beeped the air-horns. That last bit is key; I have had the horns fail in a couple ways before. The air hose has popped off the “Y” connector before, and the relay has failed to pass current (it had gotten wet and corroded). All good. Not 20 minutes later, a half block from home, I tried to give a neighbor out walking her dogs a friendly beep, and the relay stuck ON. Had to pull off the side cover and yank the connectors from the air pump… and so we had to park the bike and take the car instead.

That turned out to be just fine. Easier for each of us to point out things along the way, such as overlooks, hysterical markers (we stopped and read almost every one we saw), and possible places to eat or take pictures. We would likely have stopped fairly often on the bike too, but it is always a bit more time consuming with taking helmets off, pulling out ear plugs, then re-gearing up again to head back down the road. And we drove up at least one steep, narrow gravel campground road that I wouldn't have attempted with Patty on the back. So I think we got more nice photos in more places by 4WD than likely on 2 wheels.

 

Armstrong Redwoods SNR in 3D

Armstrong Redwoods SNR - "cross-eyed" 3D view

Armstrong Redwoods SNR – “cross-eyed” 3D view

Another "cross-eye" 3D view.

Another “cross-eye” 3D view.

The Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve¬†was one of my favorite places we visited on our Honeymoon a couple weeks ago. Best factors were that we were there mid-week, after school had begun for the year. And it’s not a half-hour from San Francisco by tour bus (like Muir Woods). So it was not a Touristy-busy place, and wasn’t chock full of noisy kids, either. We could enjoy some peace and serenity, surrounded by truly majestic ancient trees.

Rustic Spaghetti Sauce

 

Neighbor left town for a while. Long enough to know that everything near to ripe in the garden would be no good by the time they got back. So they told us to help ourselves to anything from the garden. Uh, wow. I did not pick everything that's ripe. I stopped when I thought the handles would tear off the bag.

I think tomorrow I'll smoker-roast these, add some EVOO & garlic, some basil, a few secret spices I won't let on… and see just what sort of an abomination of a marinara results from it. Why not experiment? That's a huge pile of free, vine-ripe fruit right there.

Jennie-O Turkey Breakfast Sausage, Jennie-O Hot Italian Sausage, browned. Tomatoes & Garlic smoker roasted, then mashed. One red onion also roasted, then chopped.

Chopped fresh Basil.

 

A bit rustic just yet, some salt and hot red chili pepper flakes are bringing it around.

Removed the bigger pieces of tomato skin, smoothed out the rest with an immersion blender.

Came out pretty nicely, for an amateur attempt.