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Winter Cycling: How to Enjoy It with Winter Layering Basics

Cyclist ride in all weather conditions – from hot sun to cold and snowy conditions.  Now that winter is officially here, staying warm on the bike is crucial.   676 more words

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My Favourite

I promised a longer post mid-week. I’ve probably missed the ‘mid-week’ part of that, but hopefully this will be slightly longer than the update I last put out. 638 more words

Running

Dynamics AX Development and Customization Best Practices-Customizing code

Developments are now shared among diverse team, sometimes across multiple partners and outsourced to vendors, meaning different skills and processes. Therefore such well known issues still remain in production when customized best practices rules and internal review are not properly defined. 458 more words

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How To: Layering For Winter Hiking

It’s -15 degrees Celsius and snowing outside? Get out and hike!

It’s winter here in Canada. Yeah it’s cold out, but so what? If you dress for the weather outside, you’ll be a comfortable and happy hiker while you’re out on the trails. 990 more words

Hiking

‎Parcels And Purchases

(Originally written in December 2014)

Some very exciting pre-Christmas-almost-holiday-can’t-wait-for-mince-pies running this week, including to the post office depot to pick up presents kindly sent to me from abroad. 253 more words

Training Diary

Base Layer Breakdown

We’re two weeks into January, and by this time, many of our friends and family have started to waver on their New Years resolutions. Recent statistics show that just 8% of people who make New Years resolutions actually stick to their goals for the entire year. 585 more words

Helly Hansen Dry Charger 12 Zip Base Layer

Staying warm is an art form when it comes to winter hiking and backpacking. Staying dry is often a huge part in that struggle. The Dry Charger from Helly Hansen is designed to keep you warm, while keeping you dry as well. 471 more words

Backpacking.