Tuesday, July 28, 2009

this is my story....

I m back to this very cool place call victoria! I lived here from 2000-2005 and made many friends during my years at the national triathlon training center. I was back in the pool with the group yesturday and it was fun to catch up with everyone!

I will be here for a 7-14 days to work with a few specialist to help me get back on my legs and ready to race. I m at work doing rehab and getting healthy. Tomorow will be my favorite group workout ...the open water swim at thetis lake! always a awesome time with everyone!

Well, i often been call a Polar bear as i m white and never tan very much even if i pass so many hours in the sun.... It is funny as i found a nice story to share with all of you! It s the story of a polar bear in northerm canada walking on a group of dogs. This polar bear and me have so much in commun; both strong, Fearless, powerfull, dangerous!!!! people are scare of us when we walk in;) but all we really want is play and a huge!!!

Polar Bear: I come in Peace

Norbert Rosing’s striking images of a wild polar bear coming upon tethered sled dogs in the wilds of Canada ' s Hudson Bay.

The photographer was sure that he was going to see the end of his dogs when the polar bear wandered in.

It’s hard to believe that this polar bear only needed to hug someone!

The Polar Bear returned every night that week to play with the dogs.


Marcos Apene do Amaral-TriPhiloSophia said...

So cute!

Scott Curry said...

man, you really need to get back training!

Chadwick said...

Love the imagery - Sometimes we get so rapped up in the hard work we do, we forget that sometimes the best this that our heats need is a hug.

From one Crohnie to another - get well soon.

Shawn and Tracy said...

Great story....here's a hug for you! ;-)

Anonymous said...


I saw on your webseite the power outputs you have done for 112 and 56 miles what FTP is needed to be able to hold those outputs without blowing upI guess what FTP did you have or do you typically have just curious to know what kind of FTP pro's have just recently got a power meter and was curious