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Day 323:Stormed through the final translation project.Took the Nissan Leaf back to the workshop and ordered one for the end of January.Completed my work and went to the gym to swim.Caught up on some correspondence and plodded on with photo editing.Worked on African safari itineraries for next year – looking good!The Beer Bohemian Rhapsody from CAP Brewery of Bro, Sweden.This is wonderful – I’m not sure it really is a Czech Pilsener in style but who cares when it tastes this good?

Day 323:Stormed through the final translation project.Took the Nissan Leaf back to the workshop and ordered one for the end of January.Completed my work and went to the gym to swim.Caught up on some correspondence and plodded on with photo editing.Worked on African safari itineraries for next year – looking good!The Beer Bohemian Rhapsody from CAP Brewery of Bro, Sweden.This is wonderful – I’m not sure it really is a Czech Pilsener in style but who cares when it tastes this good?

Day 343:Despite last night’s excesses, woke up feeling fine.Did have a bit of a lie-in though, which was welcome.Finished the first translation job on time.A new one came in so got going on that one too.Spent the afternoon on web design for the new site before clocking off.The Beer:Hvit Jul from Nøgne Ø of Grimstad, Norway.So, not all Christmas beers have to be black as night – this is a nice and spicy weiss…

Day 343:Despite last night’s excesses, woke up feeling fine.Did have a bit of a lie-in though, which was welcome.Finished the first translation job on time.A new one came in so got going on that one too.Spent the afternoon on web design for the new site before clocking off.The Beer:Hvit Jul from Nøgne Ø of Grimstad, Norway.So, not all Christmas beers have to be black as night – this is a nice and spicy weiss…

Day 330:This was a bit of a crappy day but it ended well.Started by chasing up a translation job I had quoted for last night.Much as I feared, it was cancelled.Lost an entire video edit due to a computer crash then the gym pool was too packed to swim.Saw ‘Fantasia’ with a live orchestra in the evening though – superb.The Beer:Blonde Ale from Nøgne Ø of Grimstad, Norway.Nøgne Ø is always reliable and this is a nicely bitter blonde ale.

Day 330:This was a bit of a crappy day but it ended well.Started by chasing up a translation job I had quoted for last night.Much as I feared, it was cancelled.Lost an entire video edit due to a computer crash then the gym pool was too packed to swim.Saw ‘Fantasia’ with a live orchestra in the evening though – superb.The Beer:Blonde Ale from Nøgne Ø of Grimstad, Norway.Nøgne Ø is always reliable and this is a nicely bitter blonde ale.

Day 13: Another change today; but mostly born out of necessity – time was against me and I need to find a beer for the day after travelling to Helsinki, Finland. As they say, the simplest solution is often the best – so I raided the mini-bar in my hotel room instead of braving the cold. It may not be a craft beer classic, but it’s definitely a bit of a Finnish icon – and in any case all beers are welcome. Let’s here it for Lapin Kulta!

Day 13: Another change today; but mostly born out of necessity – time was against me and I need to find a beer for the day after travelling to Helsinki, Finland. As they say, the simplest solution is often the best – so I raided the mini-bar in my hotel room instead of braving the cold. It may not be a craft beer classic, but it’s definitely a bit of a Finnish icon – and in any case all beers are welcome. Let’s here it for Lapin Kulta!

Day 100:Diary entry: Wow, the hundredth day came around pretty quick, huh? Luckily we’re to even a third of the way through as I have no intention of giving up. Come to think of it this must be the most successful New Year’s resolution ever… More translation work today, wrote a blog post (gasp!) and swam a kilometer. Now it’s time for sushi and beer, my friends – we have a centenary to celebrate!  The Beer: Name: Erik the Red Producer: Mikkeller of Denmark at Lervig Aktiebryggeri, Norway…

Day 100:Diary entry: Wow, the hundredth day came around pretty quick, huh? Luckily we’re to even a third of the way through as I have no intention of giving up. Come to think of it this must be the most successful New Year’s resolution ever… More translation work today, wrote a blog post (gasp!) and swam a kilometer. Now it’s time for sushi and beer, my friends – we have a centenary to celebrate! The Beer: Name: Erik the Red Producer: Mikkeller of Denmark at Lervig Aktiebryggeri, Norway…

Day 327:Well whaddya know – another foot of snow landed during the night.So that was my first job – to clear the drive again.Then back to work and completed the huge Copperhill review.Ventured out in the afternoon to swim my 50 lengths.Back for dinner and a relaxing evening.The Beer:Skarven from Stjørdalsbryggeriet of Stjørdal, Norway.It seemed a little flat at first but got better with each sip – another good one from these local lads.

Day 327:Well whaddya know – another foot of snow landed during the night.So that was my first job – to clear the drive again.Then back to work and completed the huge Copperhill review.Ventured out in the afternoon to swim my 50 lengths.Back for dinner and a relaxing evening.The Beer:Skarven from Stjørdalsbryggeriet of Stjørdal, Norway.It seemed a little flat at first but got better with each sip – another good one from these local lads.

Day 99:Diary entry: Given that I had a late deadline for a translation job I left it until later in the day. Instead I turned to packing. Armed with answers from the company I would be travelling with to Botswana I was able to carry out a dummy-run on cramming what I need into my bags. I can’t take a hard case so I need to compromise, in the end I think I got it right but we’ll see next Wednesday. After completing the job I headed for the gym and a near death experience also known as a…

Day 99:Diary entry: Given that I had a late deadline for a translation job I left it until later in the day. Instead I turned to packing. Armed with answers from the company I would be travelling with to Botswana I was able to carry out a dummy-run on cramming what I need into my bags. I can’t take a hard case so I need to compromise, in the end I think I got it right but we’ll see next Wednesday. After completing the job I headed for the gym and a near death experience also known as a…

Day 344:More work to start the day.Made it to the gym for my 50 lengths in the pool.Then did a beer run and came up trumps.Back to finish the project and make dinner.Took the best of Monday’s tasting beers again tonight – I was right…The Beer:Vellagret Juleøl from Aass of Drammen, Norway.A superb Christmas beer from Norway’s oldest brewery.

Day 344:More work to start the day.Made it to the gym for my 50 lengths in the pool.Then did a beer run and came up trumps.Back to finish the project and make dinner.Took the best of Monday’s tasting beers again tonight – I was right…The Beer:Vellagret Juleøl from Aass of Drammen, Norway.A superb Christmas beer from Norway’s oldest brewery.

Day 46:Finally turned the corner and feeling better today.Hopefully that will be the last of my griping about being ill now.Did some video editing then went for a short walk in the winter sunshine.Had visitors in the evening including a bearer of good beer: Name: Bronze Back dark ale from Bayside Brewing Co., Canada

Day 46:Finally turned the corner and feeling better today.Hopefully that will be the last of my griping about being ill now.Did some video editing then went for a short walk in the winter sunshine.Had visitors in the evening including a bearer of good beer: Name: Bronze Back dark ale from Bayside Brewing Co., Canada

Day 336:Started off with working on the blog.Took a break to go beer hunting and scored big.Back to the desk and finished my St. Petersburg article.Made dinner and drove Rebecca to athletics.Opened the second “window” of the Beer Advent Calendar.The Beer:Juleøl from Reins Kloster of Rissa, Norway.Even better than yesterday’s – this is a classic (albeit organic) Christmas ale.

Day 336:Started off with working on the blog.Took a break to go beer hunting and scored big.Back to the desk and finished my St. Petersburg article.Made dinner and drove Rebecca to athletics.Opened the second “window” of the Beer Advent Calendar.The Beer:Juleøl from Reins Kloster of Rissa, Norway.Even better than yesterday’s – this is a classic (albeit organic) Christmas ale.

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