And in my Mathematics blog the past week? This stuff, particularly, the end of my End 2016 A To Z project. Thoughts about the project to follow.
- Reading the Comics, December 23, 2016: Weak Pretexts Edition
- The End 2016 Mathematics A To Z: Xi Function
- The End 2016 Mathematics A To Z: Yang Hui’s Triangle
- The End 2016 Mathematics A To Z: Zermelo-Fraenkel Axioms
- Reading the Comics, December 30, 2016: New Year’s Eve Week Edition
Now on to the last stretch leading up to the Omena Beach.
The Old Boathouse, one of the larger homes in Omena that I thought had used to be a hotel, only bunny_hugger's father says we were looking at the wrong one. It's hard to keep quite straight just what used to be what.
These two robins would never resolve their disagreement.
I think this is the house bunny_hugger's father old us used to be the hotel, although it too seems small for that role. Maybe parts were removed when it got turned into a private home? I don't know, really.
Herbs-by-the-bay, planted just across the street, and next to the parking lot, for the Omena Beach. It's a tiny beach and the herb garden, with the parking lot, might reach farther along the road.
Just a couple sitting by the shore on a private lot in Omena.
Trivia: At the time of the Spanish conquest Andean farmers grew about three thousand different types of potatoes. Today about 250 are grown in North America, and twenty varieties make up three-quarters of the United States potato harvest. Source: Indian Givers: How Native Americans Transformed the World, Jack Weatherford.
Currently Reading: Mirror Image, Michael G Coney.