I had planned for a while to expand on my personal journey through the past year in details. I’ll still get round to it one day soon, but for now: Continue reading dear 2016
Whoever set the course for this year’s Fyrish Hill Race was a very cruel man (I accidentally happened to tell him so, too). Continue reading uphill singletrack
Austria has a new president and the country is united, in that 100% of its people are convinced 50% are idiots. Continue reading habemus uhbp
For the sake of fairness, let alone good taste, there was no way I could have voted for my own bake in the office bake-off earlier today. How I ended up winning a ticket to the grand finale remains a mystery to me. Continue reading bake on
Everybody has their own battles. Me, you, everyone you’ve known and everyone around you. If you’ve ever been ill or hurt and of course you have, then you know how it feels to be lost and alone. You’ll also have managed finding a way to move on, maybe you’ve had help from someone along the way. Continue reading battle on
Here it is again, the time of year packed with one special birthday after the other, including, of course, Merry Christmas!
When a hailstorm destroyed the harvest of a small family-farm in Illinois in 1922, it meant 16 year old Clyde could not enter college. Four years on he had built his own telescope and came across what would later be known as the Kuiper belt. Today, after travelling through space for 9 years at a speed of just under 50.000 km/h, his ashes flew past another of his discoveries, Pluto. Continue reading not goofy