Week 5, 2017—Analytics Tech and Viewing Ocean Caves

The 5th week post is coming a week late. There were negotiations going on and I built a major analytics update for the site that I’m been working on. Outside of tech, I had some good runs and spent some time at Leo Carrillo Beach.

Leo Carillo Rock and Stream at Leo Carillo State Beach in California.

Updating Analytics

Analytics for the site I’m working on had a straightforward facelift. Or teams are also working on tool to make analytics more uniform across our web properties.

Fitness Work

I wasn’t able to surf as much because of continued rain. I made it to the rock gym a few times and my apartment gym a few more times. I got onto my bike and ran for a few hours as well.

Leo Carrillo State Beach

Driving by Leo Carrillo State Beach on Highway 1 has always been enjoyable. There’s a rock that juts out from the ocean and appears to be battling longboarder waves 24 hours a day. Also, if there’s been any rain, a stream flows out into the ocean. These are nice features of a beach. I had never really explored the beach beyond these observations though. I did that this week. Just north of the rocks and stream that is observable from highway are a few rock caves. The whole scene—the waves, the stream and the rock cave are memorable. I’m very glad I went.

Looking through a rock cave at Leo Carillo State Beach in California.