It's really late here in Alberta... I just completed pretty much an all-day training session. It started off with a couple hours just after dawn at the park. The highlights of this practice are featured in the first segment below. To keep things flowing, I cut the video to about a minute or so for each exercise, with maybe a little more time for CLF and shadow-boxing. The city was kind enough to cut up the huge fallen tree limb, and yet leave these pieces for later pick-up. I've incorporated some of this heavy wet-wood into my workout, and stashed these logs away in nearby brush, where I hope they will remain for further use. After a breakfast of 'wild' (Canada) goose eggs, I headed down to the river to harvest some berries, roots, and mint. This is featured in the second video (if it ever finishes loading), for those who may be interested. There are no 'martial arts' in this latter video, but I'm rucking seventy pounds throughout, and there's at least one decent philosophical rant. By late afternoon, I was tired, and so picked up the Mrs. from her office and went home to nap for an hour or so. In the evening, we headed over to the dojo for gohakukai practice. Afterward, we ate bison ribs and yams. All in all, a very full day.