A healthy mind in a healthy body (or in other words, what I shove down my throat in the backcountry)

I must admit that I sometimes (just sometimes) get just a little bit grumpy when my blood sugar levels drop below a critical level. Ok, no, I risk going ballistic when it happens. Once, when we were mountainbiking down Ryfjället in Västerbotten and I didn’t manage to ride a particularly sketchy part, I was inches … Continue reading A healthy mind in a healthy body (or in other words, what I shove down my throat in the backcountry)

About great people (again), working and failing body parts, and PMD

As most of the people who know me well know, I am not religious. I would probably define myself as one of the least religious individuals on this planet. However, sometimes, you just have to start wonder about the wonders of life, the “if I hadn’t been on that particular spot at that particular time”- … Continue reading About great people (again), working and failing body parts, and PMD

Telluriding

So the clouds decided to sweat out some of their content over the San Juan mountains. There was no vomiting of snow this time, but clearly enough to have some fun in the backcountry. Due to the unstable snow conditions, we have so far decided to play it safe and enjoy ourselves below the tree … Continue reading Telluriding