Monthly Archive: August 2019
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.
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...
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.
In this post about Gear I Use, I talk about the various packs I use for day hiking and backpacking.
Video from my most recent day hike to Deception Creek along Hwy 2/Steven’s Pass area.
A reblog from when I first decided to have bariatric surgery, I continue to look at possible cons, such at transfer addiction.
A light, refreshing, soup with the taste of summer. Perfect as a side dish or maybe an after dinner treat.
As part of the ongoing series of Lessons Learned in the Great Outdoors we discuss Taking Your Own Path.
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.
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...