A repeat of yesterday’s ride…with a lot less GPS scatter
Version 2 of my #OlympicDay bike-writing ride shows a lot less GPS scatter than the first one…but it’s still not scatter-free
Since yesterday’s #OlympicDay doodle didn’t turn out quite as planned (thanks to all sorts of GPS scatter in the lettering of “Olympic”), I figured I’d give it another go this morning.
As you can see, it turned out much better…though how I ended up with a circumflex on the “a” is beyond me.
Note: The GPS points will render correctly only if you are logged in at Strava.com
Victoria, BC, Canada
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