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It hurts, it hurts, owie, owie, ow!
Had to say goodbye to Holly the dog today. Very sad day, but not a tragic one. We know we did the right thing to let her go before (we hope) she was in any pain. Holly was a second hand dog, and I was a cat man, so when I adopted her it wasn't willingly. Over the years she won me over and I'm sitting here typing with tears running down my face. Love her to bits and was lucky enough to be on the receiving end of such unconditional love. Love to all.x
Happy days, can't wait for next trip.
Lugging this up a 750m hill wasn't fun, but there was a payoff, other than the quad/calf/cardio workout...
Sunrise shows the mist creeping into the valley.
For every job the perfect tool. DD Frontline hammock with DD underblanket, whoopie sling suspension. And a beer holder so you can practice your prusik knots.
Going spartan tonight with boil in the bag...
North Jawbone Peak, Cathedral Ranges, as can only be done with a hammock...
Down came the rain. And the leech.
Need to get out again. The next few weeks will slow to a crawl...
Razorback Track along the spine of the Cathedral Ranges. The dotted line on my map recce didn't quite capture the reality...
We did about 9k of which 1k was downhill and that just hurt my knees. About 2k was climbing along the ridge. Knakkered...
Walking (well, climbing) Razorback Trail, Cathedral Ranges, Victoria.
Max's Challenge Day 6 - Light Cardio. Aaahhh...
Max's Challenge May17, day 4 of 84, protein shake #12, 89.3-87.8, not that weight means anything at this stage, but shows what happens the moment you stop eating and drinking crap. Figuratively.
Max's Challenge May '17 Day One, midway through Russian Twists.
Outdoorsy stuff. 5.11 taclite shirt, Fjallraven Barents pants, dark olive and scrubbed with Greenland wax, Hanwag Tatra boots, Blackhawk gloves, Wolfwind Leatherworks sheath on the right hip. All good kit.