I tested the expensive skiing boots the last couple of days and will probably buy them, because investing in quality shoes when you want to be skiing for a season is probably one of the better things to do. Especially I have had some serious issues with rental boots. I always had bad pressure marks and bruised skin on my shins. I started of this beautiful morning by going over to the Airparc for work. I was editing a little after work and went to Innsbruck with the boots, some washing and my longboard to get around quicker, once I am there. Put on the washing and struggled a little with the payment, because I put 10€ in to the machine, got 4€ back and the washing wasn’t even on. I got a call from the dude who ordered my winter tires (I was waiting for this call for more than 2 weeks) and he said I should’ve been there last Saturday, but he never called me and said I should come! Anyways, I got a date now for the tired on the following Monday.
I went to the shop to do the fitting of my skiing boots, got my washing and headed back towards my van.
I cleaned my van a little bit once I got back and built a nice little shelf for some of my stuff. This is not going to get me lots more space but a least a little for some chords and batteries.