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  1. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-17 16:19:22) (分類: 自転車) ikd21

    BROMPTON フレーム部位交換作業

  2. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-17 15:03:55) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    発送

  3. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-17 12:07:35) (分類: 自転車) ikd21

    Alex Moulton AM2

  4. @nak.com Blogs より (日時: 2018-11-16 22:51:10) (分類: Music) @nak(あ)

    おんがくのあき'2018(Column@nak)

    予定以外にも楽しんだ今年のおんがくのあき。 Sing Like Talking....

  5. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-16 16:34:43) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    梱包

  6. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-16 15:16:44) (分類: 自転車) ikd21

    納車  BIKE FRIDAY

  7. ホームメイドの自転車と・・・・・!! より (日時: 2018-11-14 18:30:16) (分類: 練習用)

    リエッセ 改装中 運転席が付いた

    <img src="https://blog-001.west.edge.storage-yahoo.jp/res/blog-97-36/bonbon200/folder/420726/79/35921479/img_0?1542187816" width="560"><br /> <img src="https://blog-001.west.edge.storage-yahoo.jp/res/blog-97-36/bonbon200/folder/420726/79/35921479/img_1?1542187816" width="560"><br /> <img src="https://blog-001.west.edge.storage-yahoo.jp/res/blog-97-36/bonbon200/folder/420726/79/35921479/img_2?15421

    【以下略.】

  8. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-12 16:02:25) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    FRP型

  9. メダカとグッピーの日記 & 苔 より (日時: 2018-11-12 00:00:00) risushin

    かわいいサク

    苔の名前はよくわかりませんが、とてもかわいいサクを伸ばしています。

  10. メダカとグッピーの日記 & 苔 より (日時: 2018-11-11 00:00:00) risushin

    ホソバミズゼニゴケかな?

    細かいツブツブ状のものがありました。 ホソバミズゼニコケの無性芽かな?

  11. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-10 17:19:38) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    金型

  12. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-10 16:27:05) (分類: 自転車) ikd21

    ハンドル交換 + 極薄化

  13. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-10 14:56:19) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    ホンダ・シャリ―

  14. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-10 13:32:25) (分類: 自転車) ikd21

    変則組

  15. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-10 12:30:06) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    指定色

  16. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-11-10 05:46:08)

    E8 Käsivarrentie

    Paul und Lotte posted a photo:

    E8 Käsivarrentie

  17. メダカとグッピーの日記 & 苔 より (日時: 2018-11-10 00:00:00) risushin

    ミズゴケ

    これは、6月4日に載せた5か月前の状態。 室内の窓から離れた場所に置いてLEDライトを当てています。 こちらが、5ヶ月後の今の状態。 徒長気味で伸び放題ですが、この感じも好きです。 湿度を保つためにほぼ密閉した容器に入れているので、 いつも夏は蒸れて多くの苔がいったん枯れたようになってしまいます。 でもミズゴケは緑を保ち耐えました。 ミズゴケってすごい!

  18. ホームメイドの自転車と・・・・・!! より (日時: 2018-11-08 18:23:56) (分類: 自転車)

    リエッセ 改装中 只今断熱中

    <img src="https://blog-001.west.edge.storage-yahoo.jp/res/blog-97-36/bonbon200/folder/177937/70/35915970/img_0?1541669036" width="560"><br /> <img src="https://blog-001.west.edge.storage-yahoo.jp/res/blog-97-36/bonbon200/folder/177937/70/35915970/img_1?1541669036" width="560"><br /> 元のレイアウト 電源 他 全部外して 断熱中であります 以前の方は天井・壁面にウール突っ込んでいましたが 壁面は空間多くて結露でボディにダメージが数 箇所 床は一切なし<br /> <br /> 床の外部結露でシャーシー エンジンの

    【以下略.】

  19. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-08 16:34:15) (分類: 商品) ikd21

    AROFLY Power meter

  20. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-08 16:02:51) (分類: 商品) ikd21

    Fディレーラー角度調整スペーサー

  21. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-11-07 21:51:11)

    IMG_1514

    iw2nse posted a photo:

    IMG_1514

    Trevi Synthesis

  22. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-06 13:21:07) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    ハンドルバー

  23. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-05 21:39:00) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    壁紙

  24. 今日もポタ日和 より (日時: 2018-11-05 16:41:24) (分類: アニメ・コミック) じゅんこ

    他の人の感想が気になる

    みなさんこんにちは。 今日もよいお天気ですね。 ってか、洗濯物浴室乾燥かけてきちゃったよ! 最近お天気が読めなくて、こういう時は悔しい! 先週の土曜日、急遽思い立って一人 映画『若おかみは小学生!』を観てきました。 他の方の感想を読むと、 私と同じように、 まったく興味はなかったけどなんとなく観に行...

  25. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-05 16:41:14) (分類: 自転車) ikd21

    分割ハンドル

  26. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-04 19:48:43) (分類: 未分類) rat-eng

    関越道三芳PA

  27. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-04 15:09:23) (分類: つれづれ) ikd21

    薪ストーブ

  28. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-04 14:56:58) (分類: 自転車) ikd21

    今朝の朝練

  29. メダカとグッピーの日記 & 苔 より (日時: 2018-11-04 00:00:00) (分類: 苔の栽培) risushin

    [苔の栽培]シノブゴケ

    屋外に置いている苔鉢にシノブゴケが生えてきました。 ちょっとうれしい!

  30. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-03 17:00:48) (分類: つれづれ) ikd21

    明日の朝練

  31. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-11-03 05:34:25)

    View from a Recumbent

    Martin Breschinski posted a photo:

    View from a Recumbent

  32. メダカとグッピーの日記 & 苔 より (日時: 2018-11-03 00:00:00) risushin

    ヒメジャゴケ

    今年も庭の日陰にヒメジャゴケが生えてきました。 無性芽をたくさん付けています。

  33. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-02 17:13:22) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    ギヤクランク

  34. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-11-02 17:10:46) (分類: めぬまのこうば) rat-eng

    聖天さま

  35. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-01 16:33:24) (分類: 自転車) ikd21

    BROMPTON

  36. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-11-01 16:31:36) (分類: 自転車) ikd21

    Travel Tikit 54S

  37. @つれづれ えんすぅ日記@ より (日時: 2018-10-31 23:31:02) (分類: Flickr) Danjun

    morinonaka

    Nikon D850 最近、歳を取ったせいか、このぐらいの時期になるとこれから冬が来るのか夏が来るのかふとわからなくなる時がある。よっぽど季節感なくぼーっと生きてるのかと言われそうだけれど、本当にわか...

  38. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-31 04:35:46)

    two visits.

    gav tatu posted a photo:

    two visits.


    Le Menhir de la Thiemblay à Saint-Samson
    up the hill from le hiss, on the rance, down by dinan.

  39. ホームメイドの自転車と・・・・・!! より (日時: 2018-10-29 17:31:31) (分類: 練習用)

    まずは椅子から

    <img src="https://blog-001.west.edge.storage-yahoo.jp/res/blog-97-36/bonbon200/folder/420726/61/35906661/img_0?1540801891" width="560"><br /> <img src="https://blog-001.west.edge.storage-yahoo.jp/res/blog-97-36/bonbon200/folder/420726/61/35906661/img_1?1540801891" width="560"><br /> <img src="https://blog-001.west.edge.storage-yahoo.jp/res/blog-97-36/bonbon200/folder/420726/61/35906661/img_2?15408

    【以下略.】

  40. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-10-29 17:02:03) (分類: つれづれ) ikd21

    中山道の旅

  41. 自転車は未来の乗り物 より (日時: 2018-10-29 15:23:28) (分類: 未分類) ikd21

    旅の便り

  42. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-10-29 14:42:34) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    型の製作

  43. ホームメイドの自転車と・・・・・!! より (日時: 2018-10-27 20:09:27) (分類: 練習用)

    車検してきました

    ユーザー車検してきました なんの問題なく6トン以上あったのを6t以下で同じ9人定員で通してきますた<br /> <br /> スペア サブ など外して300k以上スリムボディにタンク3/4が満タンでOKもらいました<br /> <br /> 乗用車ではブレーキでつまずいたんですが エアブレーキは 一発OKでした<br /> <br /> ヘットライトの暗さが整備工場で指摘されたんですが 問題なくOKでした<br /> <br /> ユーザ車検 継続であればなんの問題なくOKですよ<br /> <br /> 重要なのはヘットライトのみ<br /> <br /> まあこれからいろんな部品が入れ替わります<br /> <br /> SCLのシート バラしましが すごい仕掛けでびっくりです

  44. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-10-27 10:34:47) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    フロントホーク

  45. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-10-26 16:57:33) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    ギヤクランク

  46. ラットエンジニアリングの作業日誌 より (日時: 2018-10-26 16:51:28) (分類: 作業日誌) rat-eng

    ヘッドチューブ

  47. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-26 12:00:55)

    NordicTrack Recumbent Bike Reviews Reviews | Product Items

    Background Removal Services posted a photo:

    NordicTrack Recumbent Bike Reviews Reviews | Product Items

    ift.tt/2QQD6tM #BestSmoothieBlender, #BestConvertibleCarSeats, #BestElectricShaver, #BestDrones, #Under$100, #BestBasketballShoes, #BestSharkVacuum,#ProductItems, #ProductReviews, #ProductUpdate, #ProductNews,#tips, #Solution ,

  48. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:28)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50070

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50070

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  49. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:28)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50095

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50095

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  50. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:27)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50084

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50084

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  51. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:27)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50065

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50065

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  52. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:27)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50086

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50086

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  53. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:26)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50080

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50080

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  54. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:25)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50058

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50058

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  55. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:24)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50073

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50073

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  56. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:24)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50081

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50081

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  57. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:23)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50089

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50089

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  58. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:23)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50087

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50087

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  59. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:18)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50063

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50063

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  60. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:17)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50068

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50068

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  61. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:16)

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50060

    Baker County Tourism posted a photo:

    Baker County Tourism – basecampbaker.com 50060

    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

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  62. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:13)

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    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

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  63. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:11)

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    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

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    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  64. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:09)

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    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

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    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

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    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  66. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:06)

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    Cycle Oregon 2018 in Baker County Oregon

    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

    The Week Ride is the original Cycle Oregon – a seven-day excursion through a different part of Oregon each year. registration includes beautiful campsites, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route., Plus cold microbrews, Oregon wine and cheese, gourmet coffee and many other amenities. This weeklong ride with more than 200 cyclists tours a different part of Oregon each year and this year it was North East Oregon, starting and ending in Baker City

    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  67. Recent Uploads tagged cycleoregon より (日時: 2018-10-26 01:05:06)

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    Final day of Cycle Oregon 2018, at the finish line in Baker City

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    For more information about Cycle Oregon including next year's ride visit www.cycleoregon.com

    For more information about cycling in Baker County visit Baker County Tourism's website at www.basecampbaker.com

  68. くいくいさんおのひろきあんてな より (日時: 2018-10-25 06:19:17)

    2018/10/25 06:19:00 くいくいの”着の身着のまま気まぐれ”日記

  69. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-24 16:05:07)

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  70. くいくいの”着の身着のまま気まぐれ”日記 より (日時: 2018-10-24 00:00:00) kui2

    埼玉・コスモスぽた

     春から新しく仕事を始めバタバタし、猛暑の夏がきて、そして夏の終りには、久々のぎっくり腰・・・。諸々、落ち着いてきて、ようやく自転車に乗れるように!!今回は埼玉へ、コスモスを見に、ぽたしてきました。 ☆道程:埼玉県吹上町〜吉見町〜川越市〜ふじみ野市 ☆ランチ:行田市の”マスタードシード”←電車を改造したお店。網棚がそのまま残っていたり、トイレのドアが、昔ながらの重い取っ手の引き戸だったり・・・と、内装も面白く、料理も接客も◎なお店でした。  吹上町の荒川沿いにあるコスモス畑。吹上駅から、自転車で10分 ...

  71. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-23 17:04:16)

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  72. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-22 14:09:22)

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  73. ホームメイドの自転車と・・・・・!! より (日時: 2018-10-22 10:40:10) (分類: 自転車)

    バスコンて意外と狭い

    ハイマーCANP670からリエッセ(リヤエンジン)に移行したのですが意外と狭い ハイマーの作りの良さを実感<br /> <br /> まず天地が少ないのでトイレ 洗面が窮屈 横幅も少ないので横向きベットもギリギリです<br /> <br /> 安定性はいい勝負 タイヤが重い 室外機外して 排水タンクに ソファー一個分の清水タンクに<br /> <br /> 重いのは全部外して 車検に行ってきます 6T切りました 皆が言うようなATではなかったですショックも少なく安心しました

  74. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-21 14:09:15)

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  75. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-21 07:05:43)

    Sightseeing

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    Rather than retrace my outward route, I took in the northern shores of Lochore, before some comedy offroading in order to reach Maryburgh and the roads back to Hill of Beath and Inverkeithing.

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  76. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-21 07:05:40)

    An escapee from Laid Back Bikes

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  77. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-21 07:05:36)

    Flight of the magic clog

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    On my way to the Fife Cycle Park, just north of Lochgelly.

    Here, we see the famous curve* halfway along the Forth Road Bridge that you never noticed when driving.

    * No, not really.

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  78. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-20 15:06:51)

    Schwinn Fitness SW.C-230 Recumbent Stationary Exer (Adoni)

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  79. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-18 22:04:18)

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  80. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-17 11:02:25)

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  82. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-15 08:00:42)

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  83. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-15 00:55:11)

    Donna sdraiata & serpente.

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  84. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-14 22:36:40)

    Haluzak Traverse

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  85. @nak.com Blogs より (日時: 2018-10-13 22:48:38) (分類: Bicycle) @nak(あ)

    Cycling Tokyo (pottering) with Chad-San(Column@nak)

    Chad Taniguchi-San from Hawaii and I met...

  86. Recent Uploads tagged recumbent より (日時: 2018-10-13 05:48:59)

    Atlas (mythology)...A common misconception today is that Atlas was forced to hold the Earth... The myth involves obtaining something from the world of the gods, of "crossing over" into the divine realm and borrowing something that is "not of this earth,"

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    Atlas (mythology)...A common misconception today is that Atlas was forced to hold the Earth... The myth involves obtaining something from the world of the gods, of "crossing over" into the divine realm and borrowing something that is "not of this earth,"

    The general shape of the outline seems to suggest that the ancients did understand the correlation of Atlas with Bootes, particularly as the right (rear) leg of the statue would correspond to the "pointed" side on the left of the constellation outline, while the raised left-leg of the statue (on the right side as we look at Atlas) corresponds to the bent leg of the constellation. The photogarphy above shows how the general shape does seem to correlate to some degree: Yet further support for the identification of Atlas with Boötes comes from the fact that he is clearly described as having daughters, the Hesperides, whose names are given by Apollodorus as Aegle, Erythia, Hesperia, and Arethusa. While the image below is from a modern-era piece of artwork from the well-known trailblazing (and occasionally scandal-generating) artist John Singer Sargent (1856 - 1925), it incorporates ancient conventions regarding the depiction of Atlas. His 1925 depiction of the Hesperides as reclining beneath the burdened figure of their father the Titan is significant, in that the constellation Virgo is located in just such a recumbent pose in relationship to Boötes: Notice that the artist has depicted Atlas with one arm extended, and the hand of that single extended arm in a rather curious (albeit graceful) upturned angle -- exactly as if he were aware of the correspondence between Boötes and Atlas, and imagining the "pipe" of the constellation Boötes as the single extended arm of the crouching Atlas in his painting. Below is the now-familiar diagram of Boötes in relationship to Virgo which has been featured in several previous posts including this one and this one, reproduced here in order to show that Virgo in the sky reclines beneath the hulking form of Boötes in exactly the same way that John Singer Sargent has depicted his Hesperides as reclining beneath the burdened form of his Atlas: All of these correspondences, plus the fact that the constellation Hercules itself is located immediately adjacent to Boötes, makes it fairly clear that this is the section of the celestial sphere which is being allegorized in the star myth of Hercules retrieving the golden apples from the Hesperides, with the assistance of the Titan Atlas. Having established this, what does it all mean? Does identifying the players of the famous Eleventh Labor of Hercules as constellations in our night sky (constellations you can go identify this very night) somehow "rob" the myth of its grandeur, its human drama, and its air of reverence for the things of the gods (including the apples which cannot be picked by human hands and which, we are told at the end of the account, cannot remain in the world of men and women but must be taken back to the world of the gods)? While some might see it that way, I would argue the opposite: like the other myths we have examined such as the stealing of the mead of poetry from Gunnlod or the stealing of fire from the Old Man in the tipi (and like the myth of Adam and Eve plucking the forbidden fruit from the tree in the Genesis account which shares so many elements with this labor of Hercules), there are aspects of what we could call "the shamanic" in this myth. The myth involves obtaining something from the world of the gods, of "crossing over" into the divine realm and borrowing something that is "not of this earth," something that elevates Hercules at least for a time into the numinous world of the primordial powers and the gods. He takes the place of Atlas, supporting with his own human back the very axis of the heavens (and in doing so uniting the microcosm and the macrocosm, as well as "ascending" for a time to the very realm of the stars). The fact that Heracles or Hercules has an entire cycle of labors, twelve in number, also should cause us to suspect that he is in fact a figure who embodies the full cycle of the sun's annual course -- a circuit which the ancient myths imbue with spiritual significance relating to our plunge down into this incarnate life (at the fall equinox) and our mission of "raising our awareness of -- and re-integrating with -- the divine, spiritual part" of our being (symbolized by the "great turn" of the year at the low-point of the winter equinox). Thus the Heracles-cycle in general (with its twelve labors) and this story of retrieving the immortal apples of the Hesperides in particular, speak to us (in their celestial language) of the re-connection with the divine realm -- the infinite realm (which Heracles or Hercules actually accomplishes in an almost "literal" fashion in this story, when he himself takes up the burden of supporting the celestial sphere, thereby "bridging" the gap between finite earth and infinite starry sky). There is evidence that the ancient mythologies of cultures around the globe are all built on "star myths" that follow a common system of celestial allegory, and that the original purpose of all these star myths was to convey a shamanic-holographic vision of our universe and humanity's place within it a liberating vision that invites us to cross artificial barriers, and enter the "realm of seeds" to bring back information and make transformations that cannot be achieved in any other way.

    In Greek mythology, Atlas (/ˈætləs/; Greek: Ἄτλας, Átlas) was a Titan condemned to hold up the sky for eternity after the Titanomachy. Although associated with various places, he became commonly identified with the Atlas Mountains in northwest Africa (modern-day Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia). Atlas was the son of the Titan Iapetus and the Oceanid Asia or Clymene. He had many children, mostly daughters, the Hesperides, the Hyades, the Pleiades, and the nymph Calypso who lived on the island Ogygia. According to the ancient Greek poet Hesiod, Atlas stood at the ends of the earth towards the west. Atlas is the Monad, the intellectual axis of the world and the solar fire, whose body symbolizes an alchemical equation. The three sisters, daughter of Atlas, who guarded the garden where the tree with golden fruits grew. By analogy, it is the symbol of Alchemy, whose garden is the pharmacopoeia. The Atlas cedar or Atlantic cedar grows as its name indicates in the... But it is even more, because of its natural properties, a symbol... or purple-black, gold speckled color in the alchemy of the Cauldron. Coin, metal, objects, symbol William Calin, Jean Arrouye, Pierre Jonin, Marie ... 106 pivot of the World, or better still like this axis of Atlas sung by Virgil.

    The ancient myths of the world provide an inexhaustible supply of additional examples of the heavenly and celestial foundation of nearly every ancient scripture and sacred story. One memorable Greek myth worthy of explication to further illustrate the undeniable stellar basis of the ancient sacred corpus comes from the Twelve Labors of Heracles (Roman Hercules): the mission to retrieve the golden apples of the Hesperides (the Eleventh Labor of Heracles).

    The Greek scholar Apollodorus of Athens (born around 180 BC and lived until some time after 120 BC) gives us a good version to examine, which can be found in its entirety online here, as translated by James George Frazer (1921). Below is an extended quotation of some of the pertinent details of the Eleventh Labor, which actually involved numerous other encounters by Heracles with other beings and demigods along the way (not all of which will be examined, although each could provide rich material for study and celestial unraveling). Since Frazer chooses to use the Roman form of the hero's name, we too will refer to him as Hercules for the rest of this particular discussion:

    When the labours had been performed in eight years and a month, Eurystheus ordered Hercules, as an eleventh labour, to fetch golden apples from the Hesperides, for he did not acknowledge the labour of the cattle of Augeas nor that of the hydra. These apples were not, as some have said, in Libya, but on Atlas among the Hyperboreans. They were presented to Zeus after his marriage with Hera, and guarded by an immortal dragon with a hundred heads, offspring of Typhon and Echidna, which spoke with many divers sorts of voices. With it the Hepserides also were on guard, to wit, Aegle, Erythia, Hesperia, and Arethusa. [. . .][Various adventures ensue, primarily with Heracles defeating different sons of Poseidon][. . .]

    And traversing Asia he put in to Thermydrae, the harbor of the Lindians. And having loosed one of the bullocks from the cart of a cowherd, he sacrificed it and feasted. But the cowherd, unable to protect himself, stood on a certain mountain and cursed. Wherefore to this day, when they sacrifice to Hercules, they do it with curses.

    And passing by Arabia he slew Emathion, son of Tithonius, and journeying through Libya to the outer sea he received the goblet from the Sun. And having crossed to the opposite mainland he shot on the Caucasus the eagle, offspring of Echidna and Typhon, that was devouring the liver of Prometheus, and he released Prometheus, after choosing for himself the bond of olive, and to Zeus he presented Chiron, who, though immortal, consented to die in his stead.

    Now Prometheus had told Hercules not to go himself after the apples but to send Atlas, first relieving him of the burden of the sphere; so when he was come to Atlas in the land of the Hyperboreans, he took the advice and relieved Atlas. But when Atlas had received three apples from the Hesperides, he came to Hercules, and not wishing to support the sphere he said that he would himself carry the apples to Eurystheus, and bade Hercules hold up the sky in his stead. Hercules promised to do so, but succeeded by craft in putting it on Atlas instead. For at the advice of Prometheus he begged Atlas to hold up the sky till he should put a pad on his head. When Atlas heard that, he laid the apples down on the ground and took the sphere from Hercules. And so Hercules picked up the apples and departed. But some say that he did not get them from Atlas, but that he plucked the apples himself after killing the guardian snake. And having brought the apples he gave them to Eurystheus. But he, on receiving them, bestowed them on Hercules, from whom Athena got them and conveyed them back again; for it was not lawful that they should be laid down anywhere.

    This story is full of fascinating detail, as well as a certain amount of humor. First, it is fascinating to note that the story involves plucking fruit from a tree . . . plucking fruit from a tree . . . now where have we heard something about that before . . . ? (It sounds familiar somehow).

    Prometheus warns Hercules that it is somehow dangerous (possibly fatal) for Hercules to pluck the apples himself (this also seems vaguely familiar for some reason . . . plucking fruit might cause one to "surely die" . . . hmmm). There is also a guardian serpent -- in this case, a dragon -- which again seems to be something I remember from another myth about fatal fruit.

    Perhaps the most memorable aspect of this particular myth-sequence is the battle of wits between Hercules and Atlas. Atlas was the Titan condemned for eternity to uphold the entire sphere of the sky upon his shoulders. This was a punishment for having sided against the Olympians in the primordial battle between the Titans and the new gods.

    Hercules gets himself into a tight spot when he agrees to hold up the sky while Atlas retrieves the dangerous apples: when Atlas returns, the Titan decides he kind of enjoys his newfound freedom, and announces to Hercules that the hero seems to be doing such a good job that Atlas will be taking a permanent vacation and leaving the task of holding up the sky to Hercules from now on.

    Hercules slyly agrees (in the version from Apollodorus cited above), but asks for a moment in order to cut a pad for his shoulders before he gets down to the task of supporting the sphere for the rest of eternity. Atlas agrees, and relieves Hercules for a moment, at which point the hero takes the apples and departs, leaving the hapless Atlas back where he began, supporting the sky.
    In some versions (at least in the wonderfully-illustrated version of the Labors of Hercules presented in the Sullivan Programmed Reading workbooks I had the pleasure of reading in elementary school during the 1970s), Hercules actually prepares to shoulder the sky again after cutting the pads for his shoulders, before Athena helpfully reminds the hero not to fall for his own trick, and advises him not to take the burden of the heavens back from Atlas now that he has the Titan back where he belongs.

    In footnote number three from Frazer's 1921 translation, we see the kind of analysis found among conventional scholars, who resolutely refuse to interpret the ancient myths of the world as celestial allegory. There, we read some scholarly discussion as to where on earth these gardens of the Hesperides might be located -- along with some consternation that Apollodorus seems to have located them in "the far north" rather than in the "far west" as the name "Hesperides" would seem to imply (the word has connections to the evening star or Venus when appearing in the west, rather than when appearing in the morning in the east).

    The details of the story, however, make it clear that we are dealing again with celestial allegory. The Titan who is holding up the vault of the sky in this case is none other than the hulking constellation of Boötes -- a constellation whose form is fairly close to the North Celestial Pole as well as to the Big Dipper which circles it. The fact that the constellation of Hercules is very close to Boötes (and is also located close to the North Celestial Pole around which the entire heavens revolve) and that Hercules in the story temporarily takes over the task of supporting the sky-sphere from Atlas should be enough to identify the two main actors in the myth with these two northern constellations.

    The diagram below, a screenshot from the delightful browser-based Neave Planetarium program created by programmer-developer Paul Neave, shows the two constellations in relationship to one another: Note that the myth as presented by Apollodorus contains several clues which aid in the conclusion that we are dealing with the northern section of sky around which the entire celestial sphere revolves. First, of course, is the very nature of the punishment of Atlas: he is condemned to hold up what Apollodorus refers to as "the sphere" and "the sky." The best explanation for this punishment is that Atlas must be holding up the inside of the celestial sphere -- he is holding up the dome of the sky that we see when we look up into the heavens at night, a dome which revolves around a central point at the north celestial pole. Thus, he must be a constellation fairly close to the north celestial pole, and Böotes certainly qualifies. Secondly, we note that the apples in this myth are guarded by a dragon -- and there is clearly a dragon which winds its way around the north celestial pole, in the form of the constellation Draco, the Dragon. The diagram below includes the north celestial pole, and the sinuous form of Draco: I have only added the outline to Hercules in the above image: the outlines of Draco, the Big Dipper, and the Little Dipper are easy enough to see using the outlines included in the Neave Planetarium online app.

    There is some reason to believe that the "tree" from which the Titan plucks the apples must be the invisible axis of the sky itself, the central "pole" around which the entire heavens turn. I present arguments in my first book, The Mathisen Corollary, that ancient myth and sacred tradition envisioned this central axis as a tall tree, which in many myths (such as the Gilgamesh epic) is cut down or otherwise unhinged to begin the motion of precession. Other evidence for this identification is presented in Hamlet's Mill.

    Based upon this reading of the celestial aspects of the myth, it is possible that the golden apples themselves can be identified with the circlet of stars that make up the Corona Borealis, or Northern Crown. This constellation, allegorized in other myths as a necklace of jewels, can be seen to be located directly between the constellations of Hercules and Boötes in the first diagrams shown above. The stars of the Northern Crown certainly sparkle like golden jewels, and other myths make it clear that these golden apples were coveted by the goddesses, and we can see in the text of the myth as described by Apollodorus that these apples somehow originated from Hera but as a gift that was given away -- just as the stars of the Northern Crown are now located apart from the form of the constellation Virgo, located below Boötes. Other details in the myth as related by Apollodorus include the fact that the apples are found among the Hyperboreans (a word which means "far north" or "above north"), as well as the fact that in the supplemental adventures of Hercules, he is described as encountering a "cowherd" (the constellation Boötes is known as the Herdsman) who drives a "cart" or wagon (the Big Dipper was often described in myth as a wagon, a cart, or a "wain," as well as being allegorized in other myth as a plow). It was, in fact, almost certainly the billy-goat cart of Thor, who is associated with Jupiter (note that Thor's-day and Jove's-day are the same day: our modern Thursday), and remember that in the myth above as described by Apollodorus we have Hera giving the apples as a gift to Zeus (who is Jove and Jupiter). When Hercules sacrifices one of the oxen from this cart, the Herdsman can only curse -- and we have seen that in myths around the world, the relationship between Böotes and his cart is somehow associated with off-color speech or antics (see the discussion of the lewd dance of Uzume in the Japanese myth of Amaterasu, or the behavior of Loki when he is trying to coax a smile out of the jotun maiden Skade, both of which are described in this previous post). The outlines of both the constellation Böotes and the constellation Hercules can be envisioned as large men crouching down to support the burden of the very peak of the vault of heaven (located at the north celestial pole, which is located above both of their backs). The ancient art depicting the mighty Titan Atlas bending down to support the ponderous burden of the entire sphere often depicts him as having one knee out forward, in a manner somewhat reminiscent of the shape of Boötes, who also has a prominent crooked knee on his one leg. Below is an image of the famous "Farnese Atlas," with an outline of Boötes for comparison:

    According to Robert Graves's The Greek Myths, the Pelasgians believed the creator goddess Eurynome assigned Atlas and Phoebe to govern the moon.

    Hyginus emphasises the primordial nature of Atlas by making him the son of Aether and Gaia.

    "Atlantic Ocean" means "Sea of Atlas", while "Atlantis" means "island of Atlas".

    The etymology of the name Atlas is uncertain. Virgil took pleasure in translating etymologies of Greek names by combining them with adjectives that explained them: for Atlas his adjective is durus, "hard, enduring",[8] which suggested to George Doig that Virgil was aware of the Greek τλῆναι "to endure"; Doig offers the further possibility that Virgil was aware of Strabo's remark that the native North African name for this mountain was Douris. Since the Atlas mountains rise in the region inhabited by Berbers, it has been suggested that the name might be taken from one of the Berber, specifically ádrār 'mountain'.

    Traditionally historical linguists etymologize the Ancient Greek word Ἄτλας (genitive: Ἄτλαντος) as comprised from copulative α- and the Proto-Indo-European root *telh₂- 'to uphold, support' (whence also τλῆναι), and which was later reshaped to an nt-stem. However, Robert Beekes argues that it cannot be expected that this ancient Titan carries an Indo-European name, and that the word is of Pre-Greek origin, and such words often end in -ant.

    Atlas and his brother Menoetius sided with the Titans in their war against the Olympians, the Titanomachy. When the Titans were defeated, many of them (including Menoetius) were confined to Tartarus, but Zeus condemned Atlas to stand at the western edge of Gaia (the Earth) and hold up the sky on his shoulders. Thus, he was Atlas Telamon, "enduring Atlas," and became a doublet of Coeus, the embodiment of the celestial axis around which the heavens revolve.

    A common misconception today is that Atlas was forced to hold the Earth on his shoulders, but Classical art shows Atlas holding the celestial spheres, not a globe; the solidity of the marble globe borne by the renowned Farnese Atlas may have aided the conflation, reinforced in the 16th century by the developing usage of atlas to describe a corpus of terrestrial maps.


    Atlas and the Hesperides by Singer Sargent, John (1925)
    In a late story, a giant named Atlas tried to drive a wandering Perseus from the place where the Atlas mountains now stand. In Ovid's telling, Perseus revealed Medusa's head, turning Atlas to stone (those very mountains) when Atlas tried to drive him away, because Perseus, who went there accidentally and asked Atlas for hospitality, named himself a son of Zeus and a prophecy said that a son of Zeus would steal the golden apples from Atlas' orchard. As is not uncommon in myth, this account cannot be reconciled with the far more common stories of Atlas' dealings with Heracles, another son of Zeus, who was Perseus' great-grandson and who sought for the golden apples.

    According to Plato, the first king of Atlantis was also named Atlas, but that Atlas was a son of Poseidon and the mortal woman Cleito. A euhemerist origin for Atlas was as a legendary Atlas, king of Mauretania, an expert astronomer.

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_(mythology)

  87. ホームメイドの自転車と・・・・・!! より (日時: 2018-10-05 18:17:29) (分類: 練習用)

    バスコンに乗り換える

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    Typhoon 2 4Updates in Foreign Languages

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  99. ラジコン&自転車時々金魚 より (日時: 2018-09-03 00:00:00) (分類: 徒然) ikutomo2003

    [徒然]さよなら「ラジコン&自転車時々金魚」

    このブログ、書き始めてから、10数年。

    良く書き続けたものだ。

    はてなダイヤリーが終わって、はてなブログになる連絡がきた。

    もう10数年続けてきたので、これを機に終了しようかと思った。

    当初は役に立つラジコン情報、自転車情報、熱帯魚情報、などを記述していたが、役に立ったかどうかは不明。

    ただ、自分の日記としては大いに役に立った。

    止めるか、続けるか迷ったが、文書を書くのはボケ防止につながりそうなので、もう少し続けることを決めた。

    続きはここです。

    名前も変更で「ラジコン&自転車時々金魚」から「ラジコン&自転車時々インコ」です。

    https://ikutomo2003.hatenablog.com/

  100. ラジコン&自転車時々金魚 より (日時: 2018-09-02 00:00:00) (分類: 多摩川ラジコンクラブFRF) ikutomo2003

    [多摩川ラジコンクラブFRF]台風21号接近

    またまた台風。25年ぶりの強烈な奴らしい。

    ヨット部は台風対策を終了したらしい。

    私は今日は一日仕事だったので、飛行場対策は明日行いましょう。

    しかし、台風が多い。

    カミサンの宮古島は影響がなかったのかな・・・。


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