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Dirt, Dust and Detours
We had started out in Vancouver, Canada. Rough destination Los Angeles. We had taken in some hikes in the rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula and hung around in forlorn fishing villages. Between these discoveries, long days on pavement unfolded.After two weeks, we had enough of it. Enough of inhaling exhaust fumes and putting on reflective vests. Enough of being a footnote in someone elses rear-view mirror.We did not want to string experiences together like pearls on a string while spending the remainder of our time staring at each others backs, counting the mile signs.Because the beauty in travelling by bike is the time in between. The places that fly by just fast enough to stay in memory. The sense of travelling at the uppermost speed necessary for the soul to tag along.So we changed our route from coast to inland, from street touring to bikepacking. We learnt a lot in the ensuing two months of tumbling down the West Coast in unlikely pirouettes. Looking for gravel roads in the interior. Hunting good espresso along the coast. Finding dirt along the small dots and lines on our GPS. We would never claim to have found the ultimate way of touring. Others have been before us, others will be after us, all in their own way. Where there is a bike, the experiences follow suit. It does not depend on how well equipped the bike in question is, how long the road, how well trodden the path. What we find is shaped mostly by who we are and what we are looking for. For us, this meant looking for detours.Because bikepacking is exactly that in its essence, looking for detours. Slower, grittier and more intense. These are some of the very personal lessons we have learnt along the way in that huge, diverse and heartwarmingly hospitable country on the other side of the Atlantic.Count smiles, not milesWe met Doug somewhere in Washington. Almost 60 years old, rocket engineer by trade, dealing in used cars for a living, coincidentally the man in the Bowser suit of the Super Mario movie, great storyteller and slightly obsessive about sleeping outside. He had just crossed the US east to west, with the slimmest bikepacking setup we had ever seen.He supplied us with our main motto.Count smiles, not miles.How many miles have you ridden today? How many more will you ride today? How many miles per hour? These questions have the innate power to lead into the wrong kind of daily grind. We can ride for the sake of traveling, for the joy of riding or just for the pleasure of breathing freely. But to ride for the purpose of moving little numbers on a bike computer loses its lure pretty fast. We did a bit more than 3000 miles in North America. This is just a number, lending itself to nothing more than a bit of illustration. What matters at the end of the day are laughter, beachside heather, salt and the evening sun. Not miles.Pack light, go farBring less stuff. This has probably been recommended to travellers for centuries. But many times, people do not follow through with the necessary zeal. We broke our toothbrushes. Developing ever lighter packing styles fosters ingenuity. Nevertheless, it can also be a recipe for sleepless nights. The line can get thin between just enough and not enough. In the Oregon Outback, we were supplied with beer and water by friendly bowhunters. We ran out of food on the unexpectedly sweltering North Umpqua trail and navigated the small trail with increasing amounts of pretty feverish steering. We would have loved to have at least a pair of jeans for our visit to the most gourmet vegan restaurant we had ever seen in San Francisco. Thus, we kept on learning. We named them ortliebers. We only met them on the coastal road, where climbing was moderate and route options were self-explanatory. Carrying the weight equivalent of a dead cow distributed on four to six panniers, they rambled along. Still, most of them looked like they had fun. Different paths, different goals. Packing light is a challenge born from luxury. It is a privilege to be able to even think about sizing down. But back home, where materialism reigns supreme and thousands of superfluous objects covet your desire, this self-imposed asceticism helps to keep a level head. There is almost always something somewhere that you do not really need.Avoid pavementWhenever we stumbled upon locals in the middle of nowhere, we encountered a mixture of bewilderment and encouragement. Feelings of bewilderment were fitting to a country where enormous recreational vehicles sometimes pulled cars behind them that would already be considered obscenely big by European standards. It seems reasonable that the thought of laborious and slow riding on small, winding backroads seemed unnecessarily torturous from that perspective. But we also encountered lots of encouragement and enthusiasm along the way. We attributed this to the fact that inside almost every American, remnants of the idolized first settlers lie dormant somewhere, leading to considerable enthusiasm for the vastness of the sparsely populated countryside. Bewilderment and enthusiasm were both justified. Labourious self-torture was sometimes unavoidable in order to truly experience the vastness of the country. It was worth it.Avoiding pavement is the best rule of thumb to arrive at routes where miles are longer, more adventurous and intense. As soon as the quiet humming of pavement is replaced by the crunch of gravel, things tend to slow down. Cars disappear, settlements shrink, landscapes grow bigger.We rode slower on dirt. We were more attentive to our surroundings. We rode beside each other, since we did not have to fear cars. We camped on the side of the road.We swore when wet mud brought us to a standstill. We cursed the nerve-racking corrugations left by off-road vehicles before us. We felt how every bump in the road started leaving its marks on our aching wrists by the end of the day.But only this brought us to places we will keep in our mind forever. Small restaurants on a windswept plain, where coffee was poured into our cups until we knew everything about the region. A rainy morning after a bivy in the desert, where we got to know the striking beauty this landscape assumes in bad weather. A remote monastery in the middle of a stretch of coast full of cannabis plantations. and enjoy big city lifeLong days away from the main arteries of travel had another, unexpected advantage. The contrasts between the hinterland and its urban centers became more pronounced. After spending a couple of days in the Oregon Outback, we tumbled like two yetis into the most beautiful caf of the small town of Klamath Falls. It took us a little while to get used to the presence of other people. In San Francisco, we drowned in a sea of restaurants and vibrant, multicultural neighborhoods.The lure of the American west coast lies in its stark contrasts. Backcountry solace and high-tech metropolises, conservative fishermen and libertarian eco-extremists, sizzling Latino neighborhoods and refuge towns for retirees all combine. Your very own bike in a big and foreign city is the greatest thing on earth.Because we rode our bikes into most cities, we also saw their suburbs. We entered into the heart of the city through its stomach. Riding a bike made us connect neighborhoods by going through neighborhoods in between. Places which would otherwise only have been spared a quick glance from a bus window turned out to be the exact places that made the city come alive to us.We discovered block parties in San Francisco, a small vegan caf in the middle of liquor stores and Mexican washeries in Los Angeles and Portland. Portland is its own bike story. We went to cyclocross races, joined bike polo parties and rode through town with a bicycle gang, complete with leather jackets, sidecars and three-meter high tallbikes.Sleep under the starsWe must have looked like two hyperactive guys trying to knit a pullover in scuba diving suits. I would pay good money for the footage documenting our attempts of setting up our tent in that pitch black night, startled by a very negligible amount of rain. But exposure to fickle weather is a small price to pay for the beauty of sleeping outside without a tent. In exchange we got to look up to the stars at night until our eyes got tired, letting the music in our headphones fill the firmament. We enjoyed the few constellations we believed we had gotten to know with a sense of pride. Sleeping below nothing but the sky makes us small, exposed and human.We lay next to our bikes and the small bit of equipment we carried. In a way, we also lay next to our forefathers. For centuries, men have lain beneath that ultimate roof, have hoped for the rain to spare them and let the thought of the companion at their side warm them.Use the internet wiselyThe internet can be both. An annoying distraction as well as a source of profound inspiration. Our lives are ever more penetrated by its blessings and time-stealing tentacles. We were lucky to be able to reflect on this fact throughout our journey.Warmshowers.org seems to come from a time when the internet was still a nice place. We are (or have become) hosts in Switzerland, but the community is not as well-established over here. This might be rooted in cultural differences. The generous hospitality we have encountered in United States is very open and proactive if not to say shallow at times. Warmshowers. org thrives on this attitude, a sort of embracing, talkative and curious form of hospitality we started to love. In our little alpine country on the other side of the Atlantic, such hospitality is seldom found. But compared to the United States it seems to take us a little more time to warm up to people but when we do, the connection might run deeper. To say this does not imply any form of judgement. The world is made more interesting by different rules in different places.We only used warmshowers.org in San Francisco and Los Angeles. In San Francisco we landed in a warehouse-turned-shared flat full of twentysomethings leading very different lifestyles. The breadth of insights into the living conditions in San Francisco beyond the hype we gathered through this was very enriching. In Los Angeles, we met two of the most hospitable people we had ever met in this already hospitable country. Devon and Jess opened their crowded and very small flat as well as their hearts to us. They surprised us with a healthy dose of irony about the unwieldy and gritty metropolis they live in but managed to convey its sparkle as well.Another amazing thing about the internet is the way it opened up paths and routes for us, two guys from the other side of the world with little knowledge of the region. GPS tracks and route descriptions on velodirt. com, bikepacking. net and various bikepacking blogs enabled us to take on routes we would have never dared to otherwise. We are still incredibly thankful for a blog post of some guys Condor Ride which brought us to one of the most amazing landscapes we had seen throughout our trip, the geological wonderland of the Carrizo Plains National Monument.We would not have had these experiences without the internet. Still, however precious the internet is as a source of information and way of getting in touch with like-minded strangers, it als has its drawbacks. One of them we coined the WiFi Stalldrang (a german word for the desire of cattle to return to their stable). We noticed it both, a clear sign that we definitely belong to a generation that has deeply incorporated the internet into its life, for good or bad. The whirlpool of news, emails, facebook messages, blog updates and other facets of our digital existence can develop a suck that is not be underestimated. The Wifi Stalldrang is its consequence. It has dire consequences. Quiet talks in beautiful cafs may be superimposed by digital fantasy worlds. Foreign landscapes may be crossed by jumping from hotspot to hotspot. Many things are lost this way.But a journey containing long stretches without access to the internet offers the chance to reflect on this. Mindfully, we are perfectly capable of facing up to the hyperactive drumrolls of the digital world. The world, the soil, the stars, the rain will always still be there tomorrow, even if we have not checked our emails today.This story appeared first in Bikepackers Magazine on June 3, 2015
Question Regarding Royal Albert China?
Question Regarding Royal Albert China?
Rich? It's a relative term. But it was a very popular brand of china and in the Edwardian period it was very common for anyone who could afford the set to buy one in order to show how "refined" they were. Then, as now, china was a common wedding present. You did not have to necessarily buy it yourself in order to own a beautiful set of china.1. Turkish Fashion Throughout HistoryFrom the lavish Ottoman kaftans to the modern creations of young designers, Turkish fashion has traveled far and changed greatly over the course of the centuries. We went all the way back to the beginning to understand the development of its aesthetic. The story of Turkish clothing goes back to the miniatures and wall paintings found in Central Asia dating back to 100 B.C. They show Central Asian Turks wearing leather boots, mintan shirts (loosely-cut, collarless shirt), a short kaftan with a belt, and a riding trouser that was loose at the top and narrow toward the bottom. During this period woollen and cotton fabric was woven on handlooms, silk came from China, and due to the natural conditions, leather, felt, sheepskin, and fur were often used. With the emigration from Asia to Anatolia, a convergence of different cultures caused changes in clothing aesthetics. By the time the Seljuk Empire came to power, materials such as wool, felt, camel's hair, fur, cotton, and silk were used to produce alvar (trousers), inner robes, and kaftan (outer gown or robe). This particular kaftan continued its life well into the Ottoman period, where administrators and the wealthy wore them with fur linings and embroidery. During the 16th century, when the Ottoman Empire was at its peak, the textile industry and the development of weaving reached its pinnacle, much like the economic and political spheres. The Ottoman sultans began to wear robes and kaftans composed of the most expensive fabrics, with gold and silver metallic threads added to silk textiles. To please the sultan's ostentatious tastes, special workshops designed court apparel and furnishings, sometimes even placing orders to other workshops in Istanbul and Bursa in order to meet the high demand. The stunning garments were made of fabrics such as brocade, velvet, satin and silk lampas, taffeta, mohair, and cashmere. International influence also played a major role with various cloth ordered from renowned Italian weaving centers in Venice, Genoa, and Florence, as well as the diplomatic gifts from textile rich countries such as Iran, India, and China. A movement toward westernization in dress during the reign of Sultan Mahmud II in the 17th century caused the westernization of military apparel. Ottoman sultans began to dress like Western commanders in darkly colored suits with embroidered borders, plus a fez. When the Turkish Republic was established in 1923, reforms to promote a more secular and modern nation-state also included changes in clothing. Laws began to ban traditional clothing while actively promoting western-style attire. By the time the 1960s rolled around, the tailored clothing of the past was replaced by the ready-to-wear clothing industry.2. Looking back in hindsight, could the virus have been contained in China or was it always doomed to get out?No it could easily have been contained in China for they knew 5 weeks ( the known figure) in advance how dangerous it was, but because of them having a totalitarian government it failed to act. They accused the doctors of giving out fake news and spreading rumours. When I fact they were telling the truth and trying to warn the world its dangers . They even told the WHO as late as January that it was not passed human to human, I also believe that Trump had a phone call with the Chinese President who told Trump the same thing. So it could have been avoided totally.So this is what happens when you do not have open government ! as it the West3. Why is it so important for Peopleu2019s Republic of China to claim sovereignty over Taiwan?TL;DRThe question itself looks a bit odd honestly; mainland Chinese, if referred to as citizens of PRC, don't claim sovereignty, which is actually claimed by government/regime. The subject is not precise enough.PRC claims sovereignty over Taiwan on such terms thatTaiwan formally became China territory in Qing Dynasty and was seceded to Japan as a result of the first Sino-Japanese War;Qing Dynasty ended its rule over China in 1912 before Republic of China (ROC) was established. KMT came to power in 1928, its regime being the predecessor of the current CCP regime, and brought Taiwan back as part of Chinese territory as a result of the victory of WWII;CCP fought a civil war against KMT aiming to replace it as the ruling party of China - and PRC, ruled by CCP currently, finds it only natural to inherit the territory of ROCBack to why PRC shall not let go of TaiwanCCP has forged its image as ending century of humiliation and bringing forth integrity to China again - such image must not be harmed by separation of Taiwan; should that be damaged it'll enormously threaten CCP's legitimacy;Given that Taiwan has already been so hostile to mainland China, it can be inferred that it'll continue the same way or even worse should it become a de jure independent country. It's already nasty enough that US military bases are all around China and imagine Taiwan, with diplomacy independence, invites US to establish military bases there? Hornet's nest.Your examples of Germany vs Austria or United States, or CommonwealthGermany was formed by Prussia together with other German states such as Saxon and Bavaria excluding Austria ON PURPOSE - Prussia fought Austria in 1866 in which it defeated Austria utterly and formed its "Kleindeutschland" led by Prussia - contrary to another "Grossdeutschland" idea led by Austria. Essentially it was about who should lead in a unified German nation and it turned out to be Prussia;United States - well, War of Independence. Oh, and in 1812 - you know why White House is white? if Taiwan wants one, go for it;Canada, Australia, NZ: colonies far far away vs claimed core territory just one strait away? seriously? Also note that these colonies contributed tremendously to its mother country, the United Kingdom, before becoming dominions, before their real independence came forth, meanwhile UK's global influence kept declining. What have Taiwan contributed so far (if anything not negative), and is PRC's influence over Taiwan in a downturn in recent years?Why is it so important for People's Republic of China to claim sovereignty over Taiwan?Why is it so important for mainland Chinese to claim sovereignty over Taiwan?
How Do You Install Windows 10 on a Computer Without Windows?
How Do You Install Windows 10 on a Computer Without Windows?
You have two options: 1) Buy Win 7 and install it. Then use the free Win10 upgrade. Two points on this however: (a) Win 7 has been discontinued from manufacture. So you will need to shop around to find an old copy still for sale. Look at Amazon.com first because they tend to keep old, outdated software (b) The free upgrade offer for Win 10 end in July 2016. So if you want to take advantage of the free offer, you only have a few more months to do so OR 2) Buy the full installation retail copy of Win 10. You can get this at any office supply store that sells Windows products Then you just put the DVD into your drive and boot up with it and it will start installation1. windows falling to boot?Either A) The circuit board on the hard drive is broken, you can get a new one on ebay or amazon. B) The hard drive is broken beyond repair and you should just get a new one. C) It is formatted in a way that the XP computer does not understand. D) The adapter is not working properly. Try first using a different drive with the adapter to confirm it's working. Then plug it into a computer running windows 7 or linux to test the drive works. If it does not work then swap out the board for one from the same model of drive, or a new or second-hand one from the internet. If it still does not work then its most likely bust, you could try opening it and mounting the platters in a different one but that is most likely to destroy it completely. Just tell the customer they should have kept backups and give/sell them a new drive for the computer.2. Computer boot question?You need to get into the bios screen and define the correct order for booting. You can also try hitting f8 while pc is booting and you should get a boot screen where you can choose the available boot media. But for automatic booting you need to make sure you hard disk is showing in the bios boot screen correctly.3. Linux cannot boot with u-boot and FIT(flatten image tree)The problem here is that nothing is setting bootargs. If we look at the documentation example we can see that first we still set bootargs, in that example by running some other command, then load the FIT and bootm it. The APPEND line from your extlinux.conf file needs to be put into bootargs and then you should see Linux start up.4. i need to be able to use my recovery image in samsung laptop ..?If you have not formatted it.. Tap F4 at startup for Samsung recovery, click Restore>Complete Restore, to return to factory settings. If you have... To boot from your CD/DVD, the BIOS settings on your computer must be configured to do this. On start up keep tapping either F1, F2, F10,(Be Aware that some manufacturers use F10 for system recovery!) Esc, or Del, to enter the BIOS set-up. Look for "Drive configuration", "Boot order" or similar and make the CD/DVD drive the first boot device and the hard drive second. Save settings and exit. Insert the disk into your CD/DVD drive, and then restart your computer. When you see the "Press any key to boot from CD" message, press a key to start the computer from the CD/DVD. Follow the instructions on the screen to select and format (NTFS) a partition where you want to install Windows. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the Windows Setup. Get some Anti-Virus protection, activate and update Windows! Techno5. dhclient not working at bootIn my case, under CentOS 6/Fedora this was related to an inconsistency between /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 and /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules .In both files, the MAC associated to the eth0 interface is declared. On a VM clonation, a new MAC was assigned but not reflected here (the admin should have done that). When booting up, you can see in dmesg that the real eth0 is renamed to eth1 (enters in conflict with ifcfg-eth0), then a new entry is automatically created under 70-persistent-net.rules associating the found MAC to eth1.dhclient did not start (or if started, aborted) - the result being that the system did not get an IP from the DHCP server.Remarkably enough, running dhclient manually forces the acquisition of an IP for the fake eth1 and the network works normally after that. ... until the next reboot. Manually editing the files cited above so that MAC and eth* names are coincident has fixed the issue - now dhclient starts at boot & gets the IP by itself
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