Today I pedaled my Schwinn 170 20.3 miles. Totals now 28,579.1 miles; 45,993.7 kilometers.
I have now completed 3,677.5 miles on Mars, and I have completed 61.5% of the distance to my calibrated distance to Lambert Crater.
And yes, I did not take the included photo. One can only do so much with an image of Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, and Green Peas.
And I decided to make some brunch this late morning, Fried Eggs on Cheese and Scallion Grits with Everything but the Bagel Bread.
Tonight, I’m thinking about doing something with Shrimp. I’ve gotta to start thinking more seafood, more fish, more seafood.
Genealogy front –
A Smith cousin nicely decided to conduct the Family Finder, autosomal DNA test from Family Tree DNA. At this point, I am not ascribing to the ethnic breakdown. According to Family Tree DNA, we share 114 centimorgans, about a 1.6% match. An astounding small percentage.
Check out this site at https://isogg.org/wiki/Autosomal_DNA_statistics.
We know based on our family documentation that we’ve collected over the years that we are related. But can one imagine the degree of probability and matching algorithms there would be at ascertaining the relationship without our prior knowledge and the amount of documentary proof?
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