Pic of the Week
In the weeks in the leadup to my annual hiking trip with the boys, I start to gather all the bits required, including spending way too much time on eBay buying the latest cool gear. This year it was a set of Walkie Talkies so that if we split up to explore, we are able to stay in contact. It’s been a week of my wife saying “What are all these transactions coming out of our bank account?” and “ How many more things are you buying for this trip?” My response is “I need to be safe my love!”.
By the way, we have decided to take some ‘toy’ rafts from the $2 Shop to float down some of the gorges. We take this seriously, for example HERE is a test my mate Dr Carl and I did at home this week, water temp of the pool is 9deg about the same as in Karijini National Park in WA where we are hiking. Some parts of us never grow up.
Here are the top three things that have made a difference in my week.
They might also be useful for you, or not.
1) A great app for navigation…
This terrific mobile map app allows you to download maps for offline use on your phone. UIt uses your device’s built-in GPS to track your location on any map, plot locations and photos, measure distance etc. Easily purchase maps from all over the world through their app store. Great backup for when you are off the beaten track with no data or phone. A great backup to the compass.
2) An online tool for transcribing your videos and audio…
This great online tool that allows me to send my audio and video by file or URL to a team of freelancers for Transcription, Captioning, Subtitles or Translation all for $1/min. Great after a business meeting to record on your phone the minutes of the meeting and have them transcribed for distribution. Or if you are into YouTube content creation to put Captions on your video, so that people can watch it on mute and just read the captions.
3) A book I’m reading again…
I have read this book a couple of times already. It explores how people survive extremes of heat, cold, depth, speed and altitude. The limits of human survival and the physiological adaptations which enable us to exist under extreme conditions. In man's battle for survival in the harshest of environments, the knowledge contained by innate intelligence is critical. A must read for those who love adventure and sometimes find themselves in extremes or those of us who are in awe of the human body.
Ps. My favorite quote this week is“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.” – Douglas Adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
I would love your feedback on what had an impact on you and the lesson in it, moral of the story, or learning you would share.
Have a ripper finish to your week.
Cheers Dr. Ben
Dr. Ben Carvosso
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