Leaving countries, moving in to a new home, sorting HMRC obligations, sorting IRD obligations, acquiring Grand Canyon gear, interviewing for jobs, training and coding towards a big release all seem to be quite time consuming. I'm scrapping the Grand Canyon Yakin release due to limited time and limited fun (and potentially unlimited liability?) in favour of new and improved levels, a sound training system, and leaderboards integration. So there is a big release coming. Just you wait.
As I sit here on my flight out of Wellington to Sydney for a day of meetings I get to play the game of what have I left behind - it's togs that I've forgotten, again, and this is why I have accumulated nine pairs over the last two years. This marks the start of the journey towards the Canyon.
My training schedule has been significantly hampered by a lack of time (I have only managed to catch up with two friends during my 10 days back home) but in NZ I have managed four pool sessions, two hill-sprint sessions, and a few days out in the surf too. Is this enough? It's the minimum. My roll is pretty ace which is important. I am mentally prepared for zero swims, and I intend to do 20 rolls per day on the canyon (or >200 by the time I hit Lava Falls). Final training will consist of a run, and a body surf session in either Bondi or Crunella.
GEAR Tent, clothes, everything. Kayak: I wish I'd booked an Axiom 8.5 - these boats handle a bit like Canoe Polo boats so I really enjoyed a 2 minute session. I have booked a: [INSERT KAYAK NAME]
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Time to crack out the laptop and continue coding. Bye for now.