This morning, on the virtual part of my journey, I am still located on Bruce Highway in Queensland, in Australia. I wonder what the local residents of the Shire of Isis think and feel about the recent media notoriety of the name(s) of their long-standing, (established from 1887) towns and areas.
And yes two authors, Ross Kay and Kailee Buchanan covered the same thought this past September in their article on ABC Wide Bay – Isis pride won’t be cowed by terrorists.
I now I have 193 more miles to go to get to my next destination and goal point. And believe it or not, as the crow flies, I have about 765 miles remaining in Jim’s Trek Part III.
Quick. In some other parts of this world the buns were black and so was the cheese. Thanks, but no thanks.
Early morning blood sugar dropped another point to 96 mg/dL. Yeah I am, that is the blood coursing through my veins and arteries, normal. Okay according to the American Diabetes Association I fall within the accepted targeted range for before a meal (prerandial plasma glucose) of 70 – 130 mg/dL.
From the about graph the craziness from about two months ago seems to be showing some slowing down on my 90-day moving average. My 90-day moving average is a crude but concise computation for my eAG of about 105.1.
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