Heading back (slowly)

31/07/19 – we’re close to Stockholm now after a longer ride yesterday which took us about 6 hours of driving for roughly 500kms further down south. We stopped at a camp ground last night and headed out this morning. We thought about staying there because the place by itself was really beautiful… But besides of the great view there wasn’t much that could convince us to stay a little longer. For some reasons most of the places we’ve stayed at felt a little old or hadn’t had enough showers / restrooms / kitchen / community rooms and so on. But let me go back in time for a week.

On our way down south we didn’t plan on staying at Burea Camping but stopped by to check it out. Turned out that this place is amazing and we had a good feeling about it. So we decided to stay for like 4 days which then turned into 7. The weather was great, sometimes a little too hot but all in all very pleasant. We made use of the local offers like playing Minigolf or sit down and play Lego. On a very hot day we went to a local indoor kids playground (which had an AC 😉 and spent the day there. The kids were happy as could be. The last two days were quite cold in comparison to the others before. the wind was cold and mixed up with a shower here and there. Especially when the wind picked up and the rain was heavy, I felt ready to brake camp and move on. So we left the highly recommend burea camping and started to another traveling day.

We’ve been on the road for almost 8 hours before stopping for the night but we also made good progress, covering almost 500 km down south. In burea we still had some light at night which applies for last nights camp ground too.

Now that we are another 300 kms closer to the south, its already dark outside by the time writing this. Our stay here may be as long as the one before, maybe shorter. We still have 2 weeks left till we will back home. Since I setup the awning just after our arrival, we will surely stay 2 or 3 nights.

We’d like to visit Stockholm for a day and also our current surroundings. The forecast looks promising and we’ll keep on exploring.

That’s it for now, again no WiFi so not more than one picture today :/ sorry guys. I’ll prepare a album when back home.

CU then,
Blade and the family

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Blade

My name is Ronny, I'm 34 years old right now and I'm known as "Blade" when hiking a long-distance trail. I am working as Linux Administrator when in Germany but my love belongs to the wild. I see myself as human being, open minded and a rebel at heart - AND i prefer to find my own path, to learn what the world and life can teach me.

I love to travel the world and to go and see places I've never been to before - that's why i "Boldly-Go" ;)

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