Monthly Archive: August 2019

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In My Own Words… (reblog)

another reblog from my early days of considering bariatric surgery. This time I’m going over my thoughts on just why I want to have surgery.

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Lessons Learned – Not a Straight Line

In the previous installment we discussed choosing your own path, now let’s talk about how… Reaching that summit is not a “straight line”. Weight loss doesn’t happen in a straight line. Even when maintaining, your weight can tend to fluctuate...

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Bean & Corn Soup

Making use of the fresh corn still available and revisting an old favorite I haven’t made in awhile, and kicking things up a notch by adding chorizo (optional) in this Bean & Corn Soup.

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Gear I Use: Packs

In this post about Gear I Use, I talk about the various packs I use for day hiking and backpacking.

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Deception Creek

Video from my most recent day hike to Deception Creek along Hwy 2/Steven’s Pass area.

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True You Food – A Review

True You Food is a video learning series for cooking with whole, fresh foods from Chef Rose Archer, and it’s designed with bariatric surgery patients in mind. Here’s my review.

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Gear I Use: Footwear

Ask ten hikers what the most important piece of gear you can get is, and you may well get 10 different answers. But if you push them a bit, I am willing to bet you’ll get a consensus on how...