User Agent Switcher
You can’t take a selfie in England without a bloody castle photobombing you
Paris knows how to do a White Russian 😋
A hallway in the chateau we’re staying in for the next couple of days
I read two books in April:
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We made it to Paris
Just had my first Impossible Burger at the Gott’s in SFO and I have to say that it was really good! If I didn’t know, I wouldn’t have guessed that it wasn’t a “real” burger.
The main changes from my last home screen are replacing Micro.blog with Icro, Reminders with Memento, Castro with Overcast, and the addition of Audible
One day we saw a school of golden rays from the boat and I was disappointed that we weren’t in the water at the time. Then the next day while snorkeling this happened 😳
Before going to the Galápagos we hoped we’d get the chance to swim with sea lions. We ended up swimming with them so often that this is just a small amount of the highlights
Penguins may look slow and clumsy on land, but they sure can fly underwater
I read three books in March:
I’ve swum with sea turtles before in Hawaii, but never the sheer numbers that we saw in the Galápagos
“Which style is better for user experience?…Research shows…solid icons were generally faster to recognize than outline icons, but with a few exceptions.” https://uxmovement.com/
Seeing marine iguanas on land was cool, but getting to swim with them was something else
I have so much video from the Galápagos that I decided to group by animal. First up: sharks! The whitetip reef sharks were only about five feet long, but the largest hammerhead shark was estimated by the guide to be 10-12 feet long.
A blue-footed booby
The land iguanas look intimidating until you see the size of their teeth
Marine iguana or Godzilla?
A Nazca Booby
A Galápagos penguin stands proudly upon their own private island