Favorite links 7/24

Camping, hiking, travel, science, and food links

Hello! Today I’m recovering from yesterday’s race – first by sitting here typing at you, then by doing yardwork because the weeds keep growing inconsiderately. It’s been relatively quiet on the internet because ’tis the season for hiking, camping, and traveling – as you can tell from this week’s links.


A backpacking trip to Heart Lake (California)

A guide to Crater Lake National Park

My former home – some of Tahoe’s trails. (Random fact: I ran my first trail race at Galena Park.)

A guide to hiking Half Dome

Ideas for camping meal prep


A travel guide for Nova Scotia

A week in New Orleans

A local’s guide to Boston

Brain food

“Starry Night” recreated with DNA

Curiosity is not intrinsically good

A comic about how people abuse statistics

What we can learn from “untranslatable” words

Stomach food

Kohlrabi and chickpea curry

Spicy sesame noodles with tempeh

Vegan baked oatmeal

Chocolate chip cinnamon pancakes

Brown butter zucchini cornbread

Vegan milky way

Triple chocolate protein cookies



Anyone race this weekend?

Do you have any travel plans for the rest of the summer?

7 Comment

  1. Some delicious looking recipes in this roundup. The sesame noodles with tempeh are something I will be making for sure

    1. Hannah says: Reply

      Thanks, I plan to try those soon also

  2. Quelcy says: Reply

    Thanks for including my zuke bread! 😉

    1. Hannah says: Reply

      You’re welcome!

  3. Thanks for including my recipe!! I hope you had a restful Sunday!
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    1. Hannah says: Reply

      You’re welcome! I rest hard the day after a race 🙂

  4. Tupu69 says: Reply

    Wow, just amazing. Seems like some delicious recipes in this roundup. The sesame noodles with tempeh are something delicious i have ever eaten. Thanks for sharing your nicest thoughts and moments. Looking forward fro more.

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