It’s awesome that Bridgy Publish now has basic support for POSSEing to GitHub (https://github.com/snarfed/bridgy/issues/333) and I’ve had pretty good luck with it http://tantek.com/t4t11 and http://tantek.com/t4t12.
However I noticed that images and hyperlinks (e.g. in http://tantek.com/t4t11) did not make it to the GitHub copy https://github.com/snarfed/bridgy/issues/333#issuecomment-366872578
It would be great if Bridgy Publish could support img and a href tags and convert them accordingly for GitHub!
Woke up this morning feeling compelled to run to Corona Heights for the sunrise. Rest day, ran anyway. Made it just in time to see the sun crest the East Bay mountains and light up the clouds (third photo). When I turned to head back, what I saw did not look real. The sprinkling mist held a double rainbow, more than 180 degrees, with thick color bands that nearly obscured the houses behind them (zoom in on the second photo). I stood at the summit, back to the sun, until the mist passed, and the rainbow faded.
went to The return of the NPSF Winter Olympics earlier today at Fort Mason Green. Great to see both so many new faces, and so many from four years ago, despite it being so much colder and windier this year!
15 days ago at SFRC I explored the top of Hill 88, just off that week’s route, and found art & tags among the decommissioned radar installation.
The first photo is a pano capturing the fenced entrance to the top of Hill 88 (click and zoom in on the road), tiny Sutro Tower in the distance, Baker Beach, the opening of the Golden Gate, and Rodeo beach & lagoon in the foreground.
You have to turn left at the Coastal Trail sign (2nd photo) to get up there. There’s a series of buildings and structures. Most of the art was in the last building, which required walking down stairs only visible once you reach the Eastern edge of the main complex.