Back from a trip to Nepal.
However, I think you’ll find most posts on my other blog in the future (need to focus a bit 🙂 ). You will find it here.
Felt like spring came for a visit this weekend. The sun was really warm although the lakes are still covered with ice and some stubborn strings of snow still hangs around here and there. Birds are singing. Love it.
Met a hare not far from a walkway. Several people hasted by. Did not see. Did not hear. Eyes and eras attached to the phone… Is it just me or am I just getting old?
One good thing about going to Nepal is the preparations that include long walks in the nature. Here are some photos from a forest outside Huddinge. Never managed to get a great pic from inside a forest I think. Didn’t succeed this time either, but damned if I stop trying 🙂
Saw this fox that was acting kind of strange although I couldn’t figure out what it was. It was first when I checked this photo I saw that it was injured, not a great shot but maybe you can see that most of its nose is totally messed up. Poor thing.
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Well, maybe not on top of the world… but on top of Trysil. Waited for the guy to ski down mountainside but he chickened out (which was a good choice as there were far to little snow for off-pist there and right next to it they already blown a possible avalanche away…)
Speaking of top of the world, in April I will go there. Not on Mount Everest but Yalung Ri, a 5630 m peak in Himalaya. Booked a trekking/climbing-trip guided by a sherpa who has been up the Everest twelve times, co-guided by Anneli Pompe who just finished her 7th summit quest down in Antarctica.
(it will not be any real climbing though)
Can’t wait to go there…