Walking the dog, drinking tea, going to work, drinking tea, going
to the gym, drinking tea...
(Here's my dog by the way - video
OK, OK, there's more.
Most Tuesdays I'm at Cafe Mox after work for a weekly board game
night with friends.
I spend all my money on Kickstarter projects. It's bad.
Recently I remembered how much I like cycling so I'm thinking of
picking that up again for long distances.
Travel deserves special mention here.
I traveled a lot as a child with my parents and now that I have
time off again am picking it back up.
Went to Germany for Oktoberfest 2014
(Munchen-Berlin-Dusseldorf-Koln-Bonn) most recently and planning
On the list:
1) Sledding with huskies either in Alaska or Northern Europe in
2) Northern Europe (possibly joined with Iceland).
3) Swiss Alps, apparently the canyoning there is great. Also the
After going on a trip with some friends I realized that there's a
certain level of compatibility required to avoid the desire to
strangle everyone half-way through.
When in a new country, I'm usually not too excited by the usual
tourist-y sights. I come for food, events and some more active
pursuits. Science museums are always near the top of the
On my recent Germany trip I'm really sad that I didn't get to bike
along the Rhein from Dusseldorf to Bonn (~5 hours), definitely
something I'd plan for on a future visit.
Bonus: some stuff I might do in the near future:
1) Get a motorcycle (again).
2) Learn how to fly. This is more of a "next few years" thing.