Look like this, when otherwise packed with people. Yes, Sweden is in lock-down too during this COVID-19, even when others say we’re not. It’s more about following guidelines instead of being forced. It’s your own choice, so I think people are more compliant.
Iwas actually working on the deck. We replaced the main part, so there is some new wood. Then this year I started on putting the glass back in place. And this is the result so far. Next step is the make the grass connect to the deck a bit nicer with a stone or so.
Now afterwards I see I should have taken the whole stethoscope in view. But I’ll leave it up here anyway, just as a reminder. One weekend you are out riding bikes with friends and the next you’re in a hospital.
A long Easter weekend and the sun is out, so we decided to rent a container and have a go at the dirt mountain in the front of the garden. We filled the whole thing (about 7m3) and moved just over half of what we have. so I guess next Friday, there will be an empty container again on the drive way.
I just have to get out and bike a bit every now and then to not go insane. It’s been 2,5 weeks now since I have been in the office. First week I was sick in bed myself, but now I have been working from home for the last 1,5 weeks. And I’m wondering when it will end.
And so it began again. The pre-season has started and the first training game is over and done.
The photo on the other hand is a bit misleading. All sunny and blue skies, but it was really windy and
chilly. There was a storm brewing since Friday afternoon. This was taken on the Saturday afternoon,
but at the time we left home, it was pooring down hail!!! And about 20 minutes after this photo it was
dark, raining and a new hailstorm. The game even got stopped for a few minutes and the girls could
shelter from the rain.
Eventually we just had to harden it out in wind and weather. The game ended in a justified 2-2 score.
Everybody was happy and tired, so the rest of the day was spent in a sofa…
It’s part of the commuting life. You could turn in your bike to a bike shop and
pay for it. But the bikes get abused so much during the dark time of the year
by rain, mud, snow and ice.
The problem is that I don’t know all this stuff. But….. that’s where youtube
comes in handy. 20 years ago you had to go as an apprentice during the weekends
to learn all this. Now it’s all a click away. Some favorites: