This week saw us meeting in bee-yoo-tiful downtown Culver City for a "Remote Skate". A decent group showed up with good legs so we did a nice long route, 16.2 miles all told. From Culver City we went south across Ballona, across the 405 and up into Mar Vista, back across the 405 and across the 10 to Westwood before rounding Century City, cutting through Beverly Hills and back to Culver City.
There was a brief diversion to the Mar Vista stairs, which surprisingly had a knowegable docent and advocate conveniently on-hand to tell us about the area history.
We closed up with beers and nosh at Gaby's Medi, then split up around 11:15.
Overheard at the "bar":
An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bar.
The first one walks up to the bar and orders a beer. The second one orders a half a beer. The third one orders a fourth of a beer. The bartender sees the others lining up behind the fourth one as he asks for an eighth of a beer.
The bartender interrupts him, puts two beers on the bar and says, "Gentlemen, you need to learn your limits."