See Parts I and II for previous details of the week/weekend.
Pictures from Sunday:
Monday: I had to get back to work and try to get something done before demonstrating in the afternoon, so I skipped my morning run (as it turned out, I had a technical erg session that evening anyway, so I just did a workout before that) and we made a leisurely breakfast of baked apples. I will take the time to recommend the recipe again, although I would perhaps increase the butter and decrease the sugar next time. Apples are so naturally sweet that adding a lot of extra sugar is not necessary, and the moderating influence of extra fat would be welcome. They went very well with plain yogurt!
Then, sadly, I had to go to work, and Elise went off for a little bit more Cambridge exploration and then back to Germany. I don’t know about her, but I had a great time this weekend, and I certainly appreciate her motivating me to do fun things in Cambridge that I might not have otherwise done (like climbing the bell tower and going to a Wagner and Sibelius concert).
Coming up this week (anticipated, at least): rowing starts for real, maybe! It was too windy to go out on the water today, but I might have my first outing tomorrow morning…