Saturday, January 31, 2009

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Feb 2009- Dynafit Calendar

Here's the month of February, courtesy of Dynafit.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Off to Totaranui for about 5 nights, which we are really looking forward to. Hopefully we will get some good weather and be able to make the most of the beaches that I have heard so much about. As well as laying around, doing nothing, I hope to get a good dose of trail running on the the many tracks that are in the area. I have some new toys to play with as well. I have had the T6C watch from Suunto for about a week now. Its pretty cleaver, tracking heart rate, EPOC, calories used, altitude gained/lost and even tells the time. Also have a Raid Revo pack from Salomon, after Jane decided the Vest Pack was for her, and I made a tough decision of getting a a pair of XA Pro 3D, rather than another pair of XT Wing running shoes. I rate the Wings highly, so hopefully the XA's don't disappoint! Should be able to fit in some fishing as well! Will report back in a week or so, hopefully will some good photos of the Abel Tasman!

Monday, January 12, 2009

Routeburn Classic

The Routeburn Classic trail running race entries opened today! Entry has been open for 50mins and only 5 spots remain! Enter now to get in, or at least have a good spot on the wait list.

Sunday, January 11, 2009

First Post for 2009!

Been quite a while since my last blog and while I would love to say my absence was due to an exotic ski trip, making first descents in waist deep powder this is, unfortunately, not the case.
Rather its just been a busy time, with nothing overly interesting to report.
Working, catching up with family and friends over the holidays and training
What time I have spent on my computer has been used to update with new products for the 2009 winter. I'm expecting the goods to arrive in 4-6 weeks!
A little late for January, but this is from the 2009 Dynafit calendar-
I'll keep posting the months as they roll around, and don't worry, the year will improve.
"The skier who forsakes the lifts to climb under his own power to a mountain summit is a very different person from the downhill only piste basher and is often regarded by the latter as something of a curiosity.
But he was the creator of the sport; and possibly with him lies the future"
-Robin Fedden, The book of Europen Skiing, 1966
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