More bike riding than writing (or dog walking).
Should have been on holiday in Shetland.
Rode the bike to work as a test of the route and how long it would take. My tracking app put me at 55 min to get there and 45 min to get back. The wind was definitely against me going there, so this makes some sense. That said, the tracking app also had me going at 320 km/h at one point.
Not as fit as I used to be, only managed 300km/h top speed. pic.twitter.com/gX1QVgm0v8
â€” Dr. David Mills (@DTL) June 22, 2020
Total write-off of a day after a really bad night’s sleep.
Had to take a couple of trains today, made sure I was masked up and touched as little as possible. On the outward part of my journey roughly 50% of the people on my train were un-masked (almost all women). One lady sat opposite me after spreading a plastic bag carefully on the seat and wiping down everything around her with sanitiser. She then took off she mask for the rest of the journey.
On the return journey later in the day, similar numbers were un-masked, but this time it was all men.
Fuck you Boris.
Worked on a job application. It requires a whole document I’d never heard of before and had to create from scratch. M is a fantastic help â¤ï¸.
It felt like a Sunday all day. Worked more on the document. Helped make a cake.
Cycled with M around Crouch End and Highgate. Bought takeaway BBQ from the Woodman Pub (very good social distancing all around A++) and sat to eat in the woods. We were watched intently by a squirrel and a crow (I’m sure they were working on cohort) until M parted with some corn for the squirrel and I parted with some pork rind for the crow. The rain hammered down as we sat under the trees feeding the wildlife – a perfect summer day.
Fed a squirrel today. pic.twitter.com/ZnE4Wv9lQv
â€” Dr. David Mills (@DTL) June 28, 2020
The sky brightened as we headed back to Crouch End, immediately darkening again with rain as we got there.
I need a mudguard on my bike.