Saturday, March 24, 2012

In pursuit of early steel.

Otherworldly moss. Almost like sea grass moving with ocean currents.

One foot and then another. Great 1.5 hour trail run this morning.


photo's by eric berglund

Thursday, March 22, 2012

A tomato plant that never made it into the earth last summer managed to survive the winter indoors and is now poppin flowers while we enjoy record warm temperatures for this time of year...we'll see what happens when it comes time to move it outside with all the little ones that are now starting on the windowsills.

Bike stoke.

Contents (minus, lunch and spare cloths) from my pack that rides with me on the daily commute.

Also, if you haven't heard, the canadian federal conservative government is proposing to eliminate fish habitat protection measures from the Fisheries Act! ...Not GOOD! Read up and take action. No habitat, means no fish...a pretty critical issue when it comes to fisheries ecosystem based management.

take care

photo's by eric berglund

Thursday, March 8, 2012

The Black IPA...hoppy, roasty and BLACK. Another success..a la
Northern Brewer.

This ones from a few weeks back now. O and Grandpa sliding. Pretty proud and amazed by O's (2 1/2 years old) agility and coordination on two planks.

The 35th Sleeping Giant Loppet was a blast as usual. Though colder and blusteryer (i don't think that's word) than normal. Lots of smiling faces and determination. Snapped this one just before the start of the 50km race. Didn't really mean to get this dude front and center...but he's got a great getup on and is clearly excited to go ski for 3+ hours.

Snagged this one from a link on the Loppet website. Taken by Jon Nelson somewhere along the first couple of kilometers of the course.

peace all

photo's by eric berglund
Except the last one, as previously mentioned.