Hyalite XC ski

Posted on 24 November 2017 in ski-log • Tagged with ski, xc, hyalite

Family ski day up at Hyalite. It's been really warm but we wanted to get the little monkey out for a bit anyway. We drove up to the reservoir "skied" out a few miles with Soda. I skied out and hiked back. Kez pretty much hiked the whole time. The …

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Goose Creek

Posted on 19 November 2017 in ski-log • Tagged with ski, goose creek, backcountry

Took a trip up to goose creek with Justin a couple weeks after the big early snow in Bozeman. I didn't have high hopes for the snow, but we really wanted to get out especially since the forecast is for warm weather over the next week.

First climb for my …

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Bracket Creek

Posted on 11 November 2017 in ski-log • Tagged with xc, ski, bracket creek

Me and the pup took a nice little xc ski up bracket creek. Soda is almost five months old and this was his first ski trip and he had a blast.


We skied up to the main parking lot. At that point, we tried a few of the split off …

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Bridger Bowl Ski

Posted on 05 November 2017 in ski-log • Tagged with bridger bowl, ski

After a nice early november snow in bozeman and the bridgers and a big gear stock up just a bit earlier, I was excited to get out for some early skiing. I was able to get out for a late afternoon ski at bridger bowl.

It was like a mid-season …

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Multiple accounts github ssh-keys

Posted on 14 November 2015 in linux • Tagged with ssh, linux, github, git, keys, ssh-keys

If you have multiple github accounts and you would like to push to repositories under each of the accounts on a single computer, then you will probably need to define multiple ssh keys.

I will assume that you already have one ssh-key working. To get our second account going, the …

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turn off cli alias

Posted on 18 July 2015 in linux • Tagged with linux, alias, cli

tl;dr: \cmd

There may be a situation where you have masked a command with a shell alias. For example, you may always run a command with certain flags so you might do something like

$ alias ls='ls --color'

If, for whatever reason, you'd like to run the default ls …

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UltiSnip snippets missing from completion menu with YouCompleteMe

Posted on 19 June 2015 in vim • Tagged with vim

I was having a problem in neovim where my UltiSnips snippets were working, I could expand them, however YouCompleteMe was not displaying their availability in the pop-up completion menu. Actually, a couple of the snippets showed up, but not most of them.

My problem was that UltiSnips was loading with …

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Writing tests for R packages without testthat and RUnit

Posted on 31 May 2015 in R • Tagged with R

As a beginner R package author who wanted to include tests in his package, I turned to Google. If you do the same, you will find multiple tutorials for the testthat package and maybe even a few for the RUnit package. If you look very closely, you will notice there …

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