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Like the 5 Stages Of Grief, there’s 5 Stages Of Running Injury Recovery. Note: foul language throughout.  This is not well researched, either, so if you’re a runner and skipped any of these stages, I sincerely hope it was the first one.  If not that, then…
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So I’ve had this blog for about a year. In the first blog post on this blog, I talked about running a bit, and a little bit about beer. Running I’ve posted 9 posts about running. I’ve since lost 15 pounds and then re-gained some after I developed an…
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The garden has been growing, despite getting some storm damage that was fortunately easy to repair.  I did learn that the inexpensive twine that I thought would be good enough is crap and I should have used real rope. About a week after these pics, I…
The garden has been growing, despite getting some storm damage that was fortunately easy to repair.  I did learn that the inexpensive twine that I thought would be good enough is crap and I should ...
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The hops are coming in pretty well.  Cascade is coming along the best, followed by Tettanang and Columbus. Centennial is taking it’s time, but it is growing. On the other side of the garden, I planted some jalapeños and cucumbers. If they come up (it’s…
The hops are coming in pretty well.  Cascade is coming along the best, followed by Tettanang and Columbus. Centennial is taking it's time, but it is growing. On the other side of the garden, I plan...
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I meant to start those last may, but May was busy (I volunteer with a committee in the Transportation Research Board that does a conference every other spring) and I was injured (still am, but getting better). Hopefully they'll be good through the last half of Summer and maybe fall will be as good as last year.
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A few months ago, I bought a pair of bottles of 50 West’s first (I think) bottle release, Brett is my Copilot.  I was fermenting a saison at the time, and pulled a gallon aside and pitched the bottle dregs in it.  Looks like this happened on April 8,…
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This is the optional part of the Raspberry Pi Fermentation Controller, but it’s the part that I used to roll into the Brewery IoT page. There are three PHP scripts that run on the server: Index.php – collects data getRows.php – lists data from the…
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This is to add to last week’s post about where this blog has gone after a year.  I’m planning where things are going over the next year and trying to pull back from doing things I’m just not ready for (like a kriek lambic). Brewery Upgrades I’m doing five…
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I was tempted to make a click-bait headline of “He throws a watermelon in a blender. You won’t believe what happens next!” I ended up with a watermelon large enough to feed a small army, which is about 60% more than my family (of FIVE) will eat.  I cut…
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I had a need to get the correlation of count to assignment in Cube Voyager.  I don’t know how to do this off the top of my head, and I’m instantly mistrusting of doing things I’d normally trust to R or Excel.  So I looked on Wikipedia for the Pearson…
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Since I brew in my basement, it’s pretty important to exhaust the vapor from the wort outside the house.  When it’s any temperature that isn’t between 50 and 65 degrees, opening a window isn’t the greatest way. A friend was remodeling his kitchen and gave…
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I already hate Python, but their “IDE” makes it worse.  Fortunately, Atom.io can fix the IDE problem. Atom.io is a Github product that whips the IDLE Python’s ass.  It’s not actually an IDE, it’s  a text editor, but it’s a text editor on steroids. I…
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I started on building a Raspberry Pi based fermentation controller.  This is a device that turns my chest freezer on and off based on the temperature of the freezer and what the Raspberry Pi thinks (which is essentially what I programmed it to do). This…
I started on building a Raspberry Pi based fermentation controller.  This is a device that turns my chest freezer on and off based on the temperature of the freezer and what the Raspberry Pi thinks...
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I am a transportation planner, computer geek, homebrewer, and amateur radio operator.
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I'm a new homebrewer and went in there for hops that I couldn't find at Jungle Jim's. After seeing how much grain (and they mill it for free!), hops, and real yeast AND after how helpful they are at making sure I got what I needed, I'm going here FIRST for brewing ingredients from here on out.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
The pizza was great, and the service was excellent. Went there with 3 kids just before prime dinner time on a Saturday. The waitress did an excellent job of making sure she put stuff out of our little kids' reach (especially their food, which came out earlier than my wife's and my pizza and was hot). The restaurant also has a great beer selection- although I didn't see any local beers, there was a lot more than Bud/BL/Miller/ML, and I felt like some other beers (such as the Long Hammer IPA) were more prominently displayed in the beer menu.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Wait staff is useless. The place is not very clean. The Frisch's across the street is actually better (and they suck too, just not as bad).
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The coffee is EXCELLENT. Comparing it to Starbucks, it is a little less expensive but tastes like it should cost twice as much. The employee (presumably the owner) was very personable and talkative, and the other customers were really nice too (I know you can't really review on that, but something must've made them happy).
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Place needs a lot of work. Got to room to find that the A/C had been off, so it was like an oven in the room for a while. Two microwaves in the room, one OLD TV. The only good thing is that we (by the grace of God) managed to not end up with bedbugs, roaches, or other hitchhikers. It was cheap, however.
Quality: Poor - FairFacilities: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Nothing like having a big field with NO TREES in the middle of a campus in Florida.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
MUCH better selection and prices than Radio Shack. Not the prettiest store, but the guy behind the counter won't give you a blank stare if you ask him for a 22uF 50V capacitor (and he won't try to sell you a cell phone either!).
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reviewed 3 years ago