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2021/04/04 End Of Season at Kirkwood
π 2021-04-04 01:01 in Snow
Well, this was not the best season for snow, I unfortunately missed on a bit midweek storm due to another commitment, and the one I did catch was too big so most of KW was closed. Still, got to go a bit...

I wasn't happy with Vail closing early (again the earliest in the history of kirkwood, not counting covid last year), but in the end, there was not a lot of snow, so it's probably not a huge loss.
I went with Deana who had been meaning to go to Tahoe, and this made the trip more fun for sure, especially on easter sunday where she definitely wanted to be in the running for bunny spirit :)

Carson Spur was honestly not showing a lot of snow, and despite the higher temps, the early morning was on the icy side outside of groomers, so it was a chasing the right snow, day:



Deana got some rentals:


getting ready for the day :)
getting ready for the day :)

it was easter, bunny ears
it was easter, bunny ears


She then went mostly on chair 1 and 2:




A few pictures from higher up:



a few people still went hiking up, but the snow wasn't worth it for me
a few people still went hiking up, but the snow wasn't worth it for me

not very busy
not very busy


Then, we did something I haven't done in many years: lunch :)


I went on the backside to check it out, it had started to melt, but still had snow:


the wall drop never got a lot of snow, and started getting questionable to ride again
the wall drop never got a lot of snow, and started getting questionable to ride again


And that was it for the weird 2020-2021 season. Not the best, but better than nothing.

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2021/03/14 18" of cold pow at kirkwood
π 2021-03-14 01:01 in Snow
I drove up sunday morning while the weather was still nice, not too much snow on carson spur:


lots of people, lines for getting food
lots of people, lines for getting food

the wall was pretty tracked out, but not that much snow at the top
the wall was pretty tracked out, but not that much snow at the top


The forecast for overnight snow went down to 6", but thankfully Kirkwood got 1ft, nice!




eagle bowl, not open yet
eagle bowl, not open yet


got more snow refills during the day
got more snow refills during the day



I went to the back side when it opened:


fawn ridge delivered
fawn ridge delivered

the line wasn't bad
the line wasn't bad



I definitely got some good rides that day:

a later ride on fawn ridge:

Day #3 was a bluebird with pleny of pow left:


saw a heli land at martin point, not quite sure why
saw a heli land at martin point, not quite sure why


As a first (for me), I used half the day to hike two peaks, starting with Thimble Peak:




the other side was nice, but a bit bare
the other side was nice, but a bit bare


After Thimble peak from chair 4, I went to hike Glove Rock over palisades. As I expected, by the time I got there (15:40), the temperatures went down and the top crusted, making the ride down a lot less satisfying:


you have to hike far to see those signs
you have to hike far to see those signs

nice view of the back
nice view of the back

it was spooky to ride on the other side of the ridge, away from the resort
it was spooky to ride on the other side of the ridge, away from the resort

I then rode the ridge some more
I then rode the ridge some more

and afer another warning, it was time to ride back down
and afer another warning, it was time to ride back down

I wasn't the first person to do this :)
I wasn't the first person to do this :)

And that was it for day #3, very nice conditions, and snow that was good until 2/3rd of teh 3rd day.

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2021/03/13 Opel's Anniversary at MidwaySF with Dave Dresden
π 2021-03-13 01:01 in Clubbing
Can't believe it was my first party of the year, but it was. Thanks a mil to David Lewis (Blurr) for inviting me. Thanks to Opel Productions for the party.



DJ Blurr running the decks
DJ Blurr running the decks

Syd came next
Syd came next

he came prepared for the cold, thanks burning man
he came prepared for the cold, thanks burning man

plenty of burning man crowd, they were also prepared (yes, it was actually cold as balls)
plenty of burning man crowd, they were also prepared (yes, it was actually cold as balls)

Triode and Blurr, enjoying the party
Triode and Blurr, enjoying the party

As the sun was setting, Dave Dresden came on. Great to see club quarantine ouside of a computer screen:




This was not a trance event, but Dave played a bit for us anyway (thanks Dave):

This was also my first time to try my brand new high resolution outfit, now with 2 computers, and 4 times more pixels. It needs a bit of work still (plus a ridiculous amount of improvements I already have in mind for it), but it worked, yeah!




Thanks Syd, this was fun!

2021/02/24 Snowbassin with surprise 8" of pow
π 2021-02-24 01:01 in Snow

This was our last stop on Arturo's ski road trip

Day #1 was great, awesome pow for the location, we spent most of our time at Strawberry Bowl:












lots of lines to be had
lots of lines to be had

The runs were wonderful:

Day #2 was still good, less pow, but still plenty of good snow:




we took the tram to John Paul Ridge
we took the tram to John Paul Ridge

great view
great view






lots of pow, still
lots of pow, still




2021/02/23 Herny MERLIN de Caluwé, RIP
π 2021-02-23 01:01 in Family, Public
My mom died on Feb 23rd, 2021. She was in a retirement home after having lost a lot of her physical capacities (taking care of herself), and after a hip surgery about 3 years ago, she started losing her mental capacities. We'll never know exactly what happened, but my guess was that either the anesthesia for her surgery somehow caused brain damage (she started being confused and not always making sense the day she woke up and never recovered, or whether something else cause micro damage to multiple places in her brain). She didn't have the typical mental illness that people know (as in she always recognized me in person, although not always on the phone, where over time she became less and less able to speak french and would answer me in Dutch for the whole conversation, which made talking harder since my Dutch is pretty basic).

I wish I would have been able to better communicate with her in her last years, but that was not in the cards, so don't waste the time you do have with your own family. I know I could have done better with the time we did have, but at the same time, I also know that she did know I loved her in my own ways and I'm happy that she was able to come visit me in the US a few times before it became not possible for her to travel anymore (I also saw her every Xmas in France). I know she enjoyed the bike ride around Stevens Creek Trail the first time she came and last time she was able to bike, or the flights I gave her, including flying to Harris' Ranch for steak, and she probably still liked that ride I gave her in my F430 around skyline and that kind of caused her to throw up after a few turns too many (oops). But at the end of the day, she was also very happy reading in our yard, and looking at our birds.

my mom was a good cook, including bread
my mom was a good cook, including bread

2000 was the first year she was able to come to my first house in sunnyvale, she help pick things and decorate a bit
2000 was the first year she was able to come to my first house in sunnyvale, she help pick things and decorate a bit

I took her on the 49 mile drive around SF, including a few extra stops I added
I took her on the 49 mile drive around SF, including a few extra stops I added

dutch family embordery
dutch family embordery

each time I came for Xmas, she made sure I was well fed :)
each time I came for Xmas, she made sure I was well fed :)

yummy souflé
yummy souflé

another year she came, we went to the Chinese and Japanese Gardens in Golden Gate Park
another year she came, we went to the Chinese and Japanese Gardens in Golden Gate Park

a picture she got with flowers I got sent to her for her BD
a picture she got with flowers I got sent to her for her BD

2013 birthday
2013 birthday

nice french restaurant, I took her at for Xmas
nice french restaurant, I took her at for Xmas

tour of Google in 2007
tour of Google in 2007

I took her for a couple of flights, one to Harry's Ranch for steak and a bay tour to Monterey
I took her for a couple of flights, one to Harry's Ranch for steak and a bay tour to Monterey

Had lunch on Monterey
Had lunch on Monterey

She came for my wedding and our cat was happy to make friends
She came for my wedding and our cat was happy to make friends

Wedding day
Wedding day

as long as she was able to travel, we went to Holland every year for a family reunion
as long as she was able to travel, we went to Holland every year for a family reunion

Our cat, five, was happy to see her again in 2011
Our cat, five, was happy to see her again in 2011

We went for a tour of Stanford
We went for a tour of Stanford


After 2011, she wasn't able to travel anymore, so I only saw her in France for Xmas, including a yearly Xmas day lunch that my brother and Diane helped more and more with over time.



By 2017, she wasn't able to care for herself anymore, including getting up if she fell, so we had to move her to a retirement home. I flew to france last minute to help with her affairs, emptying her house, and helping getting it sold. She ended up staying there 3.5 years as her health and mind got worse over time, until her heart attack (by then she wasn't able to walk at all anymore, and gained a fair amount of weight):



Last Xmas, 2020, was challenging. Travelling was restricted between both countries, but since I was a citizen of one country, and resident of the other one, I was allowed to travel. It was not a fun 12H flight wearing an N100 mask the whole way, but I'm glad I made it. Her facility made us wear scrubs for covid, which felt a bit over the top, but whatever. Last time I saw her:


my last picture of her
my last picture of her

We were allowed to see her 1h in a special room instead of the normal 30mn due to covid restrictions. I think she was happy to see us, although it was hard to tell. I could have gone to see her a second time before leaving Paris (2H trip for 30mn allowed visit), but I didn't really have it in me, especially with the covid restrictions added, the visit was difficult and bittersweet.
I tried to talk to her on the phone these last few weeks. the first time, she sounded confused, could only reply in Dutch, and it wasn't clear she understood that I was calling her. The 2nd time a week later, she barely managed to pick up the phone, dropped it and the line went dead.

She finally died of a heart attack during lunch about a week later. The staff tried to revive her, but did not succeed. She was 77.

It's a tough thing to say, but as far as I was concerned, she had very little quality of life left (although at least she wasn't physically suffering, but I'm reasonably sure she could tell she was losing her brain over time, and to me, that would be more painful than physical pain), and as hard as it is to say, I was conflicted about whether she was still able to enjoy life. I know it was painful for me to see her over time (the few times I was in france), so in some way I was kind of waiting for it to be over.
It would be easier if I could believe that she's in a better place, but I only get to believe that her time on earth ended and hope she got to enjoy most of it as much as possible.
Spend quality time with your loved ones as if it could be the last time, as you'll never know when it was, until after the fact.

More photos, courtesy of google photos auto face recognition and sorting: https://photos.app.goo.gl/cjBkLgzn4AV7UVAS7

Normally I'd be fighting with airports and how to get back to France (tricky since I'm snowboarding in Utah, don't have my passport, and need to fly in the wrong direction first to get it, plus covid tests, before finding some flights back towards Europe, the direct flights having gone from 3 per day to 2 per week at this time), but my mom opted to give her body to science, and given travel restrictions and the covid risks to the rest of the family, we won't have a ceremony at this time, but this page is my remembrance of her.

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2021/02/19 Crested Butte
π 2021-02-19 01:01 in Snow

After 4 days in Utah on Arturo's ski road trip, our next stop was Crested Butte in Colorado.

Crested Butte is not a mountain for beginners, and a bit on the bony side, but very interesting terrain. We got to meet Karl and Suwei:




great views
great views







good pow on the sides, but you had to pay the price of getting back
good pow on the sides, but you had to pay the price of getting back



the tow ropes were there to weed snowboarders :)
the tow ropes were there to weed snowboarders :)


before the ride down
before the ride down

then the hike back up
then the hike back up

Wanna smoke some rocks, dude
Wanna smoke some rocks, dude







we went for banana to find some powder
we went for banana to find some powder


Then another hike to another run: spellbound (hike was not that fun):


arturo didn't even make it to the beginning of the descent :)
arturo didn't even make it to the beginning of the descent :)

it was a fun run down, with another hike to get out at the bottom
it was a fun run down, with another hike to get out at the bottom

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2021/02/14 Canyons and Park City, 2ft of fresh fluffy powder
π 2021-02-14 01:01 in Snow

After a 2 day drive, this was our first stop on Arturo's ski road trip

We were in a yotelpad, small, but close to the lift:









nice cell phone tree
nice cell phone tree



So much powder:

The trees were good:

Day #2: was lots of snow:

the next day, there was a bit of a line to get up, 45mn+
the next day, there was a bit of a line to get up, 45mn+

but pow!
but pow!






did I mention snow?
did I mention snow?


The trees in the morning were lovely:

So much pow:

I went back to the trees and found lots of things hiding under the snow and got my snow pants ripped out :)

The powder in the other trees, was ridiculously good:

Day #3 was a bluebird:


even more lines
even more lines





Day #4, we went to Park City:



still pow
still pow











stupid guy that kept photobombing my pictures
stupid guy that kept photobombing my pictures


After a while, I got tired and took the traverse gondola back to Canyons:


big valley between
big valley between

mid station where you could ski back down to either mountain
mid station where you could ski back down to either mountain

back to Canyons
back to Canyons

a few crossing lifts
a few crossing lifts

nice views
nice views


2021/02/13 Arturo and Johannes Ski Trip to UT and CO
π 2021-02-13 01:01 in Trips
Thank you to Arturo for taking us on his stellar ski trip where we really lucked out with snow. Below is the route we took:





We stopped at the salt flats for lunch:




Back to 80 with random burning man art:






Eventually you got yotelpad at Canyons/Park city:


still full car
still full car



Go here for pictures of Canyons and Park City: http://marc.merlins.org/perso/snow/post_2021-02-14_Canyons-and-Park-City_-2ft-of-fresh-fluffy-powder.html

After Canyons/Park City, we went drove to Colorado for Crested Butte where we met Karl and Suwe:


beautiful views
beautiful views

nice hotel room right by the slopes
nice hotel room right by the slopes

Go here for pictures of Crested Butte: http://marc.merlins.org/perso/snow/post_2021-02-19_Crested-Butte.html

After Crested Butte, we did the long drive back to Salt Lake City:




On the way, we stopped at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison:


damnit, the photobomber again
damnit, the photobomber again









Nice lunch spot:







We finally got to our AirBnB not too far from Snowbassin:


Go here for pictures of Snow Bassin where we lucked out with more pow: http://marc.merlins.org/perso/snow/post_2021-02-24_Snowbassin-with-surprise-8_-of-pow.html

After 2 great days at snowbassin, I had had enough goodness (and my body enough beating), so I took a flight home to enjoy some rest at home:






Thanks to Arturo, Johannes, Karl and Suwe for the fun trip!

2021/01/26 First Days of the Season at Kirkwood
π 2021-01-26 01:01 in Snow
Well, it had been a while since the wretched day that shall not be named where I drove to kirkwood the entire day for them to close for the rest of the season when I arrived.

We got lucky and got an unusal early cold storm in January, which covered all the rocks and ice. I drove there on a tuesday afternoon before the storm hit, parked the car underground and waited for the storm and the lifts to open.

I made it in one shot (no recharging) and 11% left when I arrived. That was by far a best condition scenario: no headlights, no heat, no windshield wipers, and no snow to add rolling resistance. I know that it's not safe to attempt this in one shot if all the stars don't align, but on the plus side, there is now a supercharger in jackson (only 5mn detour), so it's much easier to charge if needed. That said, I only had to charge when I arrived at kirkwood.


Day #1, wednesday. Big dump, lots of wind, kirkwood only managed to open 6 (the only lift to the top) by 15:28 and promptly closed it at 16:00. Disappointing to say the least. The old kirkwood would have stayed open past 16:00 as a gesture of good faith. The new kirkwood, closed after 32mn:






Day #2, thursday. Another big dump. Thursday, they opened at 13:00 again (new dump). The "you had one job" twitter guy failed to tell anyone that anything opened. I just noticed it on the webcam and ran outside screaming "WTF?"
They closed at 15:00 sharp, because the road was closing at 15:30. They knew they were punishing every single person who paid you and KW to stay on site. They didn't care.
The old kirkwood turned away people for the lift if they didn't have logdging and kept them running until 16:00. The new KW closed for everyone.







Day #3, friday: the wall never opened. Again, it was probably hard to make safe, but I'm pretty sure they could have opened friday.















Johannes came to join me for a few hours:






Day #4, saturday. The wall didn't open until 10. Why? Nobody knows. And then it closed at 14:00 for reasons unknown.


by the weekend, people came, teslas filled the electric parking slots
by the weekend, people came, teslas filled the electric parking slots

there was a line by 07:30 already
there was a line by 07:30 already







Time to go to chair 4 that had just opened.


slight line to chair 4
slight line to chair 4


probably first time of the year that the wave was rideable
probably first time of the year that the wave was rideable

fawn ridge
fawn ridge



At the end of the time, I was able to retrieve my camera pouch I dropped off the lift:


So all in all the snow was fantastic, and kirkwood as a resort was beyond disappointing in multiple ways. I will seriously consider heavenly next time.

2020/12/16 Seeed Studio Arduino Sensor Kit Base
π 2020-12-16 01:01 in Arduino
Seeed Studio gave me this sensorkit to review. See the ESP8266 and arduino nano v3 at the top for scale:


I'll start by saying that the kit is very cool in design: the sensors are wired so that they just work, but they can be disconnected and used with wire cables later:


The kit is not as diverse as a previous kit I had, but that previous kit had so many sensors, many hard to use, and came with no instructions whatsoever. The seeed studio kit is much better in that respect and only costs $25:


You could probably use one of these: https://www.seeedstudio.com/Seeeduino-Lotus-Cortex-M0-p-2896.html

Documentation:

  • https://www.seeedstudio.com/Arduino-Sensor-Kit-Base-p-4743.html
  • https://sensorkit.arduino.cc
  • Code: https://github.com/arduino-libraries/Arduino_SensorKit
  • The main downside though was that this was a colaboration with arduino, who thinks it still makes sense to push the entirely obsolete and overpriced arduino uno. The uno is so limited that it's not every funny. The kit could not even make proper use of OLED display due to lack of RAM. I really really wish it was designed to work with a proper 32bit board, like the one shown in this picture (you can also see the wires between the different boards):


    At the time of this writing, the kit does not come with instructions on using a better board that is 3.3v based instead of the 5V arduino uno. See this bug: https://github.com/arduino-libraries/Arduino_SensorKit/issues/10
    To use it, Install "arduino sensor kit" from tools/manage libraries, which will include dependencies:

  • U8g2
  • Grove_-_Barometer_Sensor_BMP280
  • Grove-3-Axis-Digital-Accelerometer-2g-to-16g-LIS3DHTR
  • In my arduino install, I ended up with this:

  • Using library Arduino_Sensorkit at version 1.0.5 in folder: /home/merlin/Arduino/libraries/Arduino_Sensorkit
  • Using library Wire at version 1.0 in folder: /var/local/arduino-1.8.5/portable/packages/arduino/hardware/avr/1.8.2/libraries/Wire
  • Using library DHT_sensor_library at version 1.3.8 in folder: /home/merlin/Arduino/libraries/DHT_sensor_library
  • Using library U8g2 at version 2.27.6 in folder: /home/merlin/Arduino/libraries/U8g2
  • Using library Adafruit_Sensor at version 1.0.2 in folder: /home/merlin/Arduino/libraries/Adafruit_Sensor
  • Using library SPI at version 1.0 in folder: /var/local/arduino-1.8.5/portable/packages/arduino/hardware/avr/1.8.2/libraries/SPI
  • The OLED display can be used with U8g2 insted of U8x8 (see https://github.com/arduino-libraries/Arduino_SensorKit/issues/8 ), but this sstretches the very limited memory on an arduino uno:


    One downside of the kit was that it didn't have an example that uses all the sensors, but I wrote one, so now it does ( https://github.com/arduino-libraries/Arduino_SensorKit/pull/6 ):


    The resulting code is here: https://github.com/arduino-libraries/Arduino_SensorKit/blob/main/examples/Combined_Demo/Combined_Demo.ino

    Enjoy the kit!


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