After easter, I decided to go and visit my parents in my home town Växjö . It´s always nice come be back. Easy going days with suduko, coffee, photography, sushi and BBQ´s. It became even nicer when Spring decided to show up and I´m in the most beautiful garden in Sweden!
With only 2,5 months to go before I can start climbing again, I´m more psyched than ever! I want to climb! The only problem is that I tend to surround myself with this sport or lifestyle, if you will. I go out with my friends, taking pictures of them climbing. I hang out at the climbing gym, drinking coffee, watching my friends climb. I look at climbing pictures and climbing movies. I am even reading a book about climbing, by Dave MacLeod. Masochism? Well... Not physically, but maybe mentally?
I know what you are all thinking:
"Buhu! You have to be outside all day hanging out with your friends!"
I don´t have to. I just don´t have anything else to do. Except my physio.
I guess preparing for the things you love sometimes can either be a pain in the ass or a pure pleasure! Or, as in my case, a mix of both!
Music while writing: Zero 7 – Futures
Chris (and his 6 year old chalk ball), Walker and I went up to Solklinten at Tjörn the other day. I ´ve lived in Gothenburg for 3 years now and there are so many places I haven´t been to. I am one of those lazy climbers who like to have everything set. Lot´s of boulder problems, all brushed up and ready to be climbed. If we could have our own barrista too, that would be a dream come true!
So, Solklinten has a lot of potential! Walls and boulders everywhere you look. Steep, high, slopy, technical. You name it! The thing is, there are maybe 15 boulder problems at the time. I can´t wait to go back the day I can start climbing again! Until then, I guess I´ll bring a brush...
Pictures are photographed with a Canon 28-70 f/2.8 and a Canon 70-200 f/2.8
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Music of the day: Timbuktu – Tänk om
Another boulder bash took place yesterday at Klätterlabbet. Fredrik, Mathias and Petter had a double dyno contest from a jug to a big sloper. Chalk was flying, feet cut loose and arms were pumped up. Fantastic!
All pictures were photographed with a Canon 27-70 f/2.8
Weekend in Malmö. Sun, slackline, BBQ and lot´s of wine. Awesome! We, as in Petra and I, hooked up with some friends who had never tried slacklining before. It was fun watching wobbling legs and focused eyes, trying to master the thread. Frustration was in the air! At the end of the day, everybody was pretty hooked on walking the line!
Pictures taken with a Canon 28-70 f/2.8.
Music of the day: Skunk Anansie
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