Weight and Stuff Report – 12 November 2013

Down a good bit today, unless the scale is having another bout of silliness, which is always possible.

I did a bit of walking at lunchtime, and popped out briefly in the afternoon for a walk to the station and back to collect the tickets I didn’t manage to collect at lunchtime.[1] My new Fibit thingy appears to be working, but I’d expect there to be a distinct lack of consistency in the count compared with the other one, as this one is fitted to my wrist rather than on my belt. But so long as it’s consistent with itself, that’s not really an issue.

Today’s photo is a bit alarming. Aren’t those things supposed to be, well, secret? Not much of a safe house if everyone knows where it is, is it? George Smiley would never have approved of such a thing.

Safehouse

Safehouse

Camera: X-E1
Aperture: ƒ/8
Shutter speed: 1/30s
Focal length: 37.4mm
ISO: 250
Taken: 9 November, 2013

[1] Only slightly embarrassing story about managing to move the email with the reference number I needed into a folder without realising I’d done it while trying to juggle wallet, phone and ticket machine. Err, not actually juggling. That would be silly. Phones are fragile, and those ticket machines look heavy. Not to mention being wired to the wall.