Morton Fox (mortonfox) wrote,
Morton Fox


Did more work on TwitVim's OAuth code (revisions 95 to 97) yesterday morning. I think it's just about ready, aside from documentation. It saves access tokens in a file for login persistence and it has two ways to compute HMAC-SHA1 digests depending on what Vim extensions the user has installed.

Yesterday afternoon, it was sunny and 90°F. Could be cooler but it wasn't raining so I went to Newlin Grist Mill Park in Glen Mills. I'd visited this park before and thought it looked nice. It was raining that day, so I only did the closest cache to the parking lot. However, I decided then that I would come back on a better day and do the other caches in the park. Well, yesterday was the day. I visited Whiskey Before Breakfast and A New-Lin Cache. The former was at a pretty nice area near a dam with large stepping stones. So it was easy to cross the stream to the cache site. The latter site was up a steep slope from the trail but it was quick.

After that, I headed for home but stopped at Bringhurst Park in Wilmington for Veet Voojagig's Ballpoint Planet: Wormhole #3. I thought this one would be a challenge because it's on the other side of a stream but the water level was low and there were lots of rocks in the stream to step on. I just had to watch out for loose rocks that might tip over.
Tags: geocaching, oauth, twitvim

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