They say this mountain deserves respect and it surely has all of mine. It pushed me past my #comfortzone and made me a better rider. I went down #steep terrain faster than I ever have and landed my first real jump. I can't wait to go back! #jacksonhole#jhmr
Well here it is! It still really hasn't processed I skied Clifty Sunday after living in Bonners for the last 22 years wondering if it was possible. Thanks to Trevor for being a pilot on the drone! Also I wouldn't want to have rode it without @trevo67 @rlmerrifield and @ello__mellowfellow . We work well as a team to discuss any and every little detail for any situation if something were to happen!
Ooo la la. It seems Spring has finally sprung in the Canadian Rockies and I’ve been knocked out by the worse flu (cold, plague whatever the hell this is) for the past 4 days - bed ridden WTF! It’s times like these that sure make me appreciate my health. I sure am looking forward to leaving the house and exploring our healing mountains again! 🏔
Sencha and Taiwanese Oolong is the motto that I’ll follow this year. Somehow I ended up drinking these types of tea most of the time. I’m looking forward to get a deeper look into it and peel it like an onion. Layer for layer until I get to different teas of the same garden, hopefully. Anyways let’s get to the tea. It’s saemidori harvested in 2018 from Kagoshima (vendor is @yutakatee 🍵). The tea is rich and deep, although the tea was not that fresh anymore the taste was. The liquor hit me with a vibrant green colour and a thick liquor, solid 7/7 on the thickness scale for Sencha. Maybe following Ippodos recommendation for 12gr on a kyusu did the job alone 🤔
This tea or maybe soup was gifted to me by my dear friend and fellow Sencha x Oolong head @teadrunkblog 💚 Thank you so much for your help exploring the tea world. If you didn’t know this blog exists partly because of him, not only because he gifts me tea.
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