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Kym's InstagramSmorrebrod brunch 🤤. Traditional Danish rye bread and pickles made by @williamzest 😍 I had pickled herring with daikon radish spouts and dill, smoked salmon with Will’s pickles, and fried egg with cheese and tomato. I resisted having danish coffee (with brown sugar and aquavit 😜)Thanks @caravanvet for taking great care of us for over 6 years! Pigeon (and we) love the comfort and ease of not having to leave her home. (I should have gotten a picture of all of us on the living room floor 🤪) We also deeply appreciated the cards and care you’ve expressed over our loss of Turtle. I strongly recommend @caravanvet, for us it is 100% worth the added expense of a home visit.So apparently it’s our 8 year wedding anniversary. We both forgot until @williamzest mother reminded us. We spent the day climbing with @annalesa. Now for more drinks and dinner!Got a new gig as a youth climbing 🧗🏽♀️ coach at Vertical Endeavors! Just two days a week so I can stay focused on growing Zest Ed and challenge myself to grow as a professional coach.
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“If I can’t _______ then it’s not worth it.” Is one of the biggest pitfalls in sustaining a long athletic life. It could be a certain pace, distance, weight, or time. But the thought is that if it’s not a … Continue reading
Being primarily self employed is both delightful and maddeningly frustrating. The delightful part is being able to do work at breweries, or outdoors, or having sweet and fuzzy work partners. But it is also maddeningly frustrating when I want to … Continue reading
It was so easy, and so much fun there is no story, but there is video! (It’s best with the sound on.) Last October, 2017 we had our traditional BWCA paddling vacation. It was our five year honeymoon anniversary and … Continue reading
There are nice things about camping when it’s way below zero. No one goes through the ice. Everything is dry. All the gear feels appropriate and well used. And when you asked “Hey, what temperature is it?” “Well above zero!” … Continue reading
Last week I began the tedious timeline of winter camping. Some read it as if it were a horror story. I can feel them cringing yet somehow they didn’t look away because I got plenty of aghast comments. Other hardy … Continue reading