When organising (I use that term super loosely!) a hike, I wanted to be able to see how many kilometres it was going to be. The tool I use to use when I would travel and map a possible jog / run I would use Map My Run , so I resurrected my account to map the hike from Malabar to Watsons Bay. Part of it will overlap the Bondi to Manly walk . Create Routes or Search for a route from millions at MapMyRun I'm sure there are web and normal apps that allow for hiking path drawing to follow but it's funny how the mind just wants a simple option and has a "go to".
I've been on the bandwagon of The Croissant Diet (TCD) for a little while. Maybe 6 weeks or so. And I thought I should document things a bit. There was a great summary by Brad Marshall on Twitter on what The Croissant Diet actually is: Eat LOTS of long chain Saturated Fat and avoid PUFA like the plague. Also avoid MUFA. If you want to eat some starch, go for it! But smother them in SatFat. That’s the whole thing, really. — FireInABottle (@fire_bottle) September 21, 2020 What I'm eating: Meat - beef or lamb mostly as this is low in PUFAs and high in stearic acid. Fats for cooking - tallow or butter. Enhanced with stearic acid. Eggs - cos they are a great whole food. Usually cooked in tallow or butter (enhanced with stearic acid if I remember). Butter Cream for tea Coffee - usually black Low carb "carbs" -- Atkins crispbread and Woolworths Macro bread. These have vegetable oils so not great but I try and overwhelm it with lots of butter. But generally not some