Last summer, I hiked 32 km from Cuijk to Nijmegen, by way of the Mookerheide. Day two started quite sunny! I took it easy, had my breakfast, freshened up and aired out my tent. Even though it’s a double-walled tent, there was still condensation. Maybe it was also because of the way the inner tentContinue reading “Mookerheide hike – day 2”
Land really is the best art – Andy Warhol
The 10 day travel photo phallenge is to post one photo for 10 days with no explanation and to nominate another blogger (each day) to do the same…simple!
The 10 day travel photo phallenge is to post one photo for 10 days with no explanation and to nominate another blogger each day to do the same…simple!
I’m sure heaps of people will have had to adjust their plans last summer. I know many still went on holiday, be it abroad or not. I too had different plans…I was supposed to try the Fjällräven Classic Sweden again. The event has been rescheduled to next year. I’m really hoping it will happen then,Continue reading “Mookerheide hike – day 1”
Food is an important part of any trail. You burn heaps of calories on the road and your body needs sustenance to keep going. I found it a challenge to figure out what kind of foods would suit me to take on the Vasaloppsleden. For example, I’ve figured out through previous hikes that I don’tContinue reading “Food on the trail: what worked and what didn’t work?”
Tuesday July 16th 2019 Last day! And a short day into Mora too, with only 9 km left on the Vasaloppsleden. It was raining in the morning and I was dreading it. I left around 10 am and realised the rain wasn’t bad at all! It wasn’t more like a drizzle, so nothing I couldn’tContinue reading “Vasaloppsleden day 5 – Eldrisstugan to Mora (9 km)”
Monday July 15th 2019 It rained a lot that night. I was dreading having to hike in rain and mud the next day, but drove off to dream land in the end. I didn’t set an alarm for the morning, because it turns out I didn’t need it. I had plenty of time, so noContinue reading “Vasaloppsleden day 4 – Axisstugan to Eldrisstugan (26 km)”