Johan JonssonSkiing. Fishing. Beer. Writing. Travelling. You know, good stuff.
Fishing, berries, Sthlm… And a trailer!
Had a nice weekend after the bike race this friday. Bummed I missed the bet, but it was pretty good anyway, thinking about the amount of training I had before…
Was pretty much just picking berries and fishing (was shooting some fishing with Daniel Rönnbäck. Fun!) the last days. Now I’m back in Stockholm, and have some work to do. Pumped to get back into the biking here too, and get back on my full suspension bike (Canyon Nerve XC 8.0). The CF bike was fast, nice, and perfect for that race. But for the biking here around Hellas, this is better.
Still stoked for big cars, that doesn’t drink gas. I was about to buy a bike rack (don’t know the english word here, sorry) for my VW Passat. But I can easily get two bikes and lots of stuff in it if I convert the back seat, so… I don’t really need it. Ha ha. We’ll see when the mud season starts soon though…
And since the skiing season actually is closing in – here’s another trailer from Junkies On a Budget:
Here are some iPhone shots from the weekend.
Blueberries for the winter. Important! We got about 15 liters now. Should be enough. We brought Bea’s parent dog too. “The Princess”. I’m not 100 %, but she’s potentially one of the most spoiled dogs in Sweden.
Went fishing with Rönnbäck Saturday. Saw a new water. It was nice!
More picking on sunday. Blue ones for the freezer. Red ones for eating. My favorite…
More fishing. Another new water. Saw a lot of big fish!
But didn’t catch anything else than some People Beer. It’s not that bad though!
And yesterday Be a came fishing too. She wanter to try “one of those floating things”. She got a nice rainbow trout! It was fun, but I need to make her DoD in the future…
This is Vansbro. It’s half an hour south of Bynn. And these people are called “Epa Raggare”. An “epa” is the only car you can drive from 16-18 in Sweden. Maximum speed: 30 km/h.
Big car! Bellyboats or bikes, doesn’t matter. (Don’t worry Stefan – the bikes were safely embedded in towels and sleeping bags).
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