Johan JonssonSkiing. Fishing. Beer. Writing. Travelling. You know, good stuff.
A couple of videos
Part four or the mtb instruction video from Canyon and Kadens. “Stökig terräng” is my specialty in life. Ha ha.
And then I found this video of Stefan Ågren from Frontside Fly, doing his version of the Ephemera Vulgata. He’s fast goddammit!
Last days has been some biking, and some work. I’m finding new routes in Nackareservatet and Sicklaskiftet all the time, so I’m so stoked on biking. My biking partner in crime, Pape, also wants me to starts on a really serious schedule, so that I can start compete, and get as fast as he is. I don’t know… Biking is good for legs and knees and… pretty much everything. So maybe it’s not a bad idea.
Anyway, have to get back to a Whistler story with a deadline that’s closing in really fast. Here are some phone shots:
Big VW Passat. Good for everything. Like delivering bikes. This one’s not for me though. It’s Kadens that are gonna try the new carbon fibre bike from Canyon. Would be really stoked to try that out later!
Just read this. Classic.
A couple of days ago, Be a was screaming loud when we walked out of the apartment. “WHAT IS THAT?!”. But it was just our neighbors cat/rat. He’s cool.
rage against the machine is one of my all time favorite bands. Tom Morello was their genius guitarist, with a Bachelor from Harvard. Cool guy.
Trees. Trails. Wolfs (?). Legs.
Saw this wasp one breakfast, and had to try what he liked most. He went for both, but I think more crazy with the honey.
Cuts are never fun. Cuts on bread knives extra not fun.
Went and had dinner with Sverre Liliequist, Hanna and their two kids. The youngest one already likes to fly.
On the way home. Is that yellow leafs? Darn…
Yesterday I met this dude in the woods. He was a bit “special”, and announced “I’ve been here for a few hours, but now I’m gonna go home to mom and eat waffles.” Special, and cool.
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