An old bridge
Despite some rain it turned out to be a great trip to Lurö.
Started with nice weather (not rain), about 5km to “Bahallen” , set the tent up and had a wonderful evening with no wind. The following morning started with rain but it stopped in the afternoon when we went to “Lurö” 6km. After a almost sunny day and a good night sleep we jumped in our kayaks and went to “Vithall”, a tiny island with a little house who are always open to visit, like a museum. Then we went back (with rain) to Ekenäs there we started the whole trip.
Yes, my english are like this. No improvements there. 🙂
The earth is a bit bent, somehow.. 🙂
Always when I´m out with my kayak my search is for a peaceful and quiet place, and thats is not hard to get. There are very few people out on the water around here.
The edge of stability.. 🙂
It´s time to paddle home, it takes some time to pack everything in my narrow “boat”. 🙂
This post is in response to the weekly photo challenge Narrow
Despite the tragic in Paris in my memory, I choose my own victory I did a couple years ago.
I had long yearned to start in “Dalsland Canoe Marathon”, a canoe / kayak race that goes in four lakes (you have to run a little between the lakes too). 🙂
The distance is 55km, and you paddle in a wonderful nature.
The premiere was in 2011 and I also competed in 2012 and in 2013.
It is a victory every time you cross the finish line.
It’s awesome when 600-700 paddlers start in the morning in a glassy lake
Tired, a very tired Stefan Viklund. 🙂
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Victory.”