The eternal triangle
The minimal polygon includes three sides and three angles, so I’ll start there. A single triangle, the least possible entry. And, for that matter, the associated post of our ride to Oro Valley is pretty minimalist too.
And as long as we’re on the subject of smallest allowable whatevers, you may have noticed that the website has been updated to relax the size limit on short comments. It’s now permitted to post a comment with only three characters. OK? OK!
Oh, and by the way: Happy New Year!
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4 response to "The eternal triangle"
Seems other changes on the site have happened as well. Different place to click to add a photo is one I finally figured out ;’-)
Really? Not for me. It’s just the way it’s always been in my experience – although I always use the old format because I was too lazy to retrain myself. I asked Rachael, and she said that she had to upgrade the website to the latest version in order to install the new backup system team, so maybe there was a change that came in with it.
Nice triangle, and glad it looks like you had a good experience with your time trial. And glad your luck continues to hold – seems like I saw recently there was a pretty big earthquake south of Zagreb?
I was glad I did the time trial, and was pretty pleased. I’ve really gotten pretty lazy about cycling over the last year ago and was encouraged that I have as much endurance as I still do.
Yes, I did see about the earthquake near Zagreb. We have such a string of disasters that we’ve left in our wake. Devastating floods in Cinque Terre, Kilauea erupting, Stromboli erupting, fires in the northwest, and now this. It doesn’t pay to follow too closely in our step. We’re jinxes!