LISA LINDBLOM – AN OUTDOOR FANATIC WHO LOVES SIBERIAN HUSKIES
Lisa’s dogs eat Bozita Robur Active Performance. She and her siberian huskies live half the time in Marieby – and half the time in the mountains. She is a trained wilderness guide, and outdoor life is both her everyday life and her job. In the autumn, she likes to hike in the woods and mountains in search of game. In the winter, she skis; during the summer, when the dogs mostly rest, a lot of her time is spent running. Lisa grew up in Åsarna, and with the family’s Greenland dogs by her side from an early age, the choice of cross-country skiing and dog sledding was easy. From the age of three weeks, her body weight was used as a load in the dog sled; six years later Lisa was big enough to ski. She competed in cross-country skiing until 2005, when she tried for the first time to compete with her then ski trainer Sören Adill’s Siberian huskies. Since then, she and the dogs have trained and competed together and achieved great success. In 2008, the dogs became her own, and since then she has always had four-legged friends by her side. Today, Lisa shares her life with Aslak and Tjourri – and sometimes the occasional bonus dog.
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